|EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation||1|
|Schools concerned about infrastructure implementation||1 , 7|
|Principal picks problems||1|
|Publicity for public education||1|
|Students deserve no less than fully qualified teachers||3|
|Staffing code concerns||3|
|Our Fed Reps Name: Brendan O’Connor Workplace: Smiths Hill HS Fed Rep: 1 year||3|
|Mum taken for ride Jane Caro delivered an enlightening speech to Federation's Women's Conference.||4|
|Attracting, retaining and remunerating women teachers Women's Conference looked at bridging the gap between the lifetime earnings of men and women.||4|
|OH&'S pressure on Gillard is vital||5|
|Special ed deficiencies outlined||5|
|Government abolishes HealthQuest Health assessments left in limbo.||5|
|Funding regimes compared to the platypus The National Public Education Forum was an important step in the campaign for a positive outcome from the 2010 review of the federal recurrent funding model.||6|
|Hear us roar||6|
|Federation still opposes performance pay based on student results||7|
|Concerns about equity and Aboriginal education programs Delays in allocating funds meant schools were not able to implement important programs in a timely and effective manner.||8|
|Parents and teachers fight for their school||9|
|Cessnock Gaol saved from privatisation||9|
|Government back-pedals on transition to retirement||10|
|Win a trip for two to Paris||10|
|Fed Reps to win iPod touch media players||10|
|Trainee teachers get the word||10|
|Vale Teachers Club||11|
|Environment is the winner||12|
|Compromise for three year trained teachers||12|
|Protecting the forests protects jobs and the environment Australia's south east native forests are able to sequester and store carbon.||12|
|What you read Top website stories in April||13|
|Advertising||13 , 14|
|MLCs support TAFE||15|
|A national perspective||15|
|Singing for the workers||15|
|Quality teaching under attack||16|
|MIDDLE SCHOOLING||16 , 17|
|SUCCESSFULLY SUMMED UP||17|
|ENERGY DEBATE||17 , 18|
|Carbon copy FUNDAMENTAL RESPONSIBILITY||18|
|YOUR TURN, MICHAEL||18|
|Comedy proves educational||19|
|Retired Teachers Association||20 , 21|
|Invest wisely in skills A new report recommends a new wave of training reform.||21|
|Achieving in Aceh||21|
|Educational and enjoyable||23|
|Switch to renewables||24|
|Film||25 , 26|
|Women’s Only Basic course in Orange||29|
|Advertising||29 , 30 , 31|
|Snapped in and out of class||32|
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| 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. 90 No. 05 (11 May 2009)
| publisher=The Federation
| access-date=30 September 2022
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