|Education JOURNAL OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES TEACHERS FEDERATION||1|
|Members, parents endorse campaign||1|
|How the EBA works||1|
|How they figure it||1|
|AMES teachers secure the 3Rs: redundancy, redeployment and retraining||1 , 3|
|COMMENT Pre-disciplinary award sought||2|
|Meg Sharkey 1936-1998||2|
|Protect your RFF – Part 2||2|
|NEWS The campaign to save AMES||3|
|Violence not being reported||3|
|Annual Conference to be held||3|
|High levels of sex based harassment continue||3|
|Salaries Survey shows wide range of views||4|
|Salaries The year ahead||5|
|Salaries Overseas trends and movements||5|
|Chip off the engine block on travel rates||5|
|State Budget delivers improvements||6|
|1000 new permanent parttime positions filled||6|
|A role for teachers in syllabus production||7|
|Federal youth allowance plan short-sighted||8|
|Medication at camps – not a teacher’s job||8|
|Surprise response to stress survey||9|
|The President Writes The anarchic future of post-compulsory education||10|
|LETTERS to the Editor Mother’s milk||10|
|Forced transfers and restructured schools||10 , 11|
|Definitive morai values||11|
|ADMINISTRATION Trade Union Training Terms 3 and 4,1998||12|
|Some Background Information||12|
|Advertising||12 , 13 , 14 , 15 , 16|
|RETIRED Retired Teachers Association Second Friday of each month, 1.30pm. Teachers House, Bathurst Stree, Sydney.||17|
|REPORTS Board of Studies Report||18|
|VIEWS Explaining discrimination to students||19|
|Seminar gives the low-down on membership benefits||19|
|Our Fed Reps||19|
|Rethinking secondary organisation||20|
|Keeping us safe and healthy||20|
|Open High School kicked out again||21|
|Improved follow-up needed in the assault aftermath||21|
|Godzilla, mermaids and gingerbread men FILM||22|
|Up, Up and Away All roads lead to Elbeuf a roundabout tale||23|
|Website Sites worth exhibiting||23|
|Cheap WINE Home with James at Coldstream Hills||23|
|Theatre They still call Australia, Oz||24|
|Mr Yen’s World Send no money now From Edu-vations’ winter catalogue||25|
|Computer Corner Acer shows its ace card||25|
|Advertising||26 , 27|
|THOSE WHO CAN’T||27|
|Senate notes sad state of profession||28|
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N.S.W. Teachers' Federation & New South Wales Public School Teachers' Federation. 1919, Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation The Federation, Sydney viewed 6 December 2023 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-663777791
| author1=N.S.W. Teachers' Federation.
| author2=New South Wales Public School Teachers' Federation.
| title=Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation
| issue=Vol. 79 No. 08 (29 Jun 1998)
| publisher=The Federation
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