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Creative arts competition with $4000 in prizes 

Entries are now being accepted for Federation’s Sam Lewis Peace and Environment Competition 2023.  Students in all public education settings,

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Web page advocates for important change to the Constitution 

Federation has created a Yes23 web page, in support of the Yes campaign for the 2023 referendum.  The referendum is

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Record numbers of teachers leaving NSW schools

The number of teachers resigning from NSW public schools has doubled in two years as unsustainable workloads and uncompetitive salaries

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Rally for refugee rights and peace this Sunday 

Federation is proud to endorse and support the 2023 Palm Sunday rally and march, to be held this Sunday, 2

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Teachers and principals welcome a change of government

The NSW Teachers Federation welcomes the election of the Minns Labor Government. “While the outcome of some seats is not

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Perrottet plan to cut teaching qualifications rejected by expert panel

An expert panel chaired by former NSW Department of Education secretary Mark Scott has rejected the NSW plan for a

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Speak out against racism and mobilise against discrimination and injustice during Harmony Week

Today, 21 March, is the start of what the Australian Government calls “Harmony Week”.  This designated week is scheduled for

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Why Perrottet is not the way

10 reasons why a re-elected Premier would be bad news for teachers and public education. All the research shows workloads

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Federation opposes AUKUS

It is a deep commitment to peace that guides the NSW Teachers Federation’s opposition to militarism and belief that war

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NSW Coalition delivers a shortage of classrooms and a shortage of teachers

The chronic shortage of classrooms in NSW public schools has been revealed in new figures which show over 5,000 demountable

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Education is paramount to eradicating racism

Multicultural Matters: Education Quarterly, Issue 5 2023 Racism is “a very real human rights issue in contemporary Australia”, according to

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Disability support classes are a state responsibility

Enabling Equity: Education Quarterly, Issue 5 2023 The provision of support classes to enable the engagement of students with disability

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Perrottet Government’s policies are deliberately gendered

Women In Education: Education Quarterly, Issue 5 2023 One of the key findings of the Valuing the Teaching Profession inquiry

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Switch Now campaign

TAFE Talk: Education Quarterly, Issue 5 2023 Great news: union fees for part-time casual TAFE members have been slashed under

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Join AEU women leading for gender equality

Along with other branches of the Australia Education Union, Federation is supporting the UN Women Australia’s International Women’s Day theme

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Voice to Parliament: fact and fiction

Yarning In Progress: Education Quarterly, Issue 5 2023 It is time our nation formally recognised Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander

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The education choice

Teachers face an important choice on 25 March, with the major parties presenting a very different view of what they

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You are always welcome here

Unions are a place for inclusion, Australian Education Union Federal Secretary Kevin Bates told participants at the Diversity in Education

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Release time and you

Early Career insights: Education Quarterly, Issue 5 2023 Teachers in NSW have some of the highest face-to-face teaching allocations in

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Safeguarding your service

A Casual Word: Education Quarterly, Issue 5 2023 Federation has noted an increase in members whose service record on SAP,

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Branch Conference Delegate – E2022/168

Scheduled Election Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009 Nominations are called for Branch Conference Delegate from each of the following Associations: Nominations,

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