31 January 2022
I would like to start by extending a warm welcome to all teachers who are beginning their careers. Like our…
9 December 2021
It is more important than ever for women to take an active interest in the remuneration they should receive and…
27 November 2021
Politicians and public servants love to talk about “evidence-based policy making”. They trot out the phrase to accompany all sorts…
12 November 2021
The UN theme for International Women’s Day 2021 was “Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world”.
28 October 2021
Intensive English Centre and Central Sydney Intensive English High School staffing entitlements for permanent staff will be maintained during 2022 and 2023.
15 September 2021
“We’d had enough,” said casual teacher member Denise Walker, reflecting on what motivated her and her Kiama colleagues back in 1988 to travel to Sydney to be part of a march down Macquarie Street and a rally in the Domain to reject the Greiner/Metherell government’s attack on public education.
24 August 2021
There is no question that adjusting to remote learning during the current COVID-19 lockdown is affecting all teachers, students and school communities, however, the situation for teachers in schools for specific purposes (SSP) and support units is particularly complex.
28 May 2021
Tens of thousands of people attended the @March4JusticeAU rallies across Australia earlier this year chanting “Enough is enough” and demanding an end to gender-based violence and workplace harassment.
1 April 2021
The report of the independent inquiry into Valuing the Teaching Profession rightly identified schools populated by high numbers of English as an additional language or dialect (EAL/D) students as being further affected by disadvantage.