Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Vol. 90 No. 11 (9 Nov 2009)
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Education Journal of the New South Wales Teac he rs Federation Novem 1
All teachers threatened by TAFE judgment If equivalent ruling was imposed on schools, 2000 full-time jobs would be lost. 1
TAFE teacher working conditions slashed 1
Inside 1
Education 2
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 9/11/2009 2
Advertising 2
Progress in special education negotiations Parties lay groundwork for trial of proposed changes. 3
Presidential election results 3
Our Fed Reps 3
Could they try this in schools? They already have in the 1999 dispute. 4
Federation challenges legality of TAFE decision Appeal to be heard in the NSW Supreme Court. 4
Impact 4
Part-time, casual and temporary jobs at risk 4
Members walk out in disgust 5
Real agenda exposed DET was never serious about funding the 1.5 per cent gap. 5
Statewide meetings of TAFE members 5
Public sector workers unite for better NSW 6
DET determined to go ahead with devolution pilot Why is DET proceeding with a 47-school trial of decision-making based on conflict? 6
Scoop: Verity found! Life on Mars... 6
Credit union tops satisfaction poll Major banks suffer by comparison in Choice survey. 7
Ultimo students on a global mission 7
Teachers Credit Union news 7
What you read 7
Vale Karen Burnet 8
Advertising 8
Earn or learn.. .or else Early school-leavers face stringent rules to qualify for allowance. 8
Trial of aspects of union policy on professional learning 8
More work needed on league tables 9
Vale Edgar Hill 9
Low SES schools list expanded 9
CFMEU steps up Ark Tribe campaign 10
Kogarah galvanises year 11 students for HSC 10
Public schools show their true colours 10
Advertising 10
Newcastle rail line must be protected 11
James Hardie unmasked 11
Advertising 11
In brief 12
Jobless the jetsam in an ebbing tide Maree O'Halloran tells Friday Forum the unemployed are hearing the brunt of financial crisis. 12
Advertising 12
Transition to retirement update Time to light a fire under Government for delaying new arrangements, 13
Early career workshop 13
Advertising 13
TAFE excellence rewarded 14
Aboriginal Garden completed 14
TAFE students shine a light on Victorian fee hikes Radical agenda must be stopped from going national. 14
Age discrimination in focus 14
In synch with Harmony Day Entries to 2010 poster competition, themed "We can make it happen'; now open 15
Advertising 15
Positive news for multicampus colleges 16
Welfare payment gap becomes a chasm Disparity between pension and other allowancesblows out to $5600 a year. 16
Advertising 16
Only 16,609 km to Boston... 17
Surf Aid launches appeal, schools program 17
Advertising 17
A noble fight for funds and dignity 18
School counsellors urged to update their details Federation website the first stop for those wishing to join campaign. 18
Former Minister dies 18
Advertising 18
Cherrybrook hits big time with wartime classic 19
Advertising 19
Trust me...I'm the Director-General Coutts-Trotter so busy spinning yarns he can’t get his facts straight. 20
Advertising 21 , 22
features 23
Lest we forget Broken Hill A study of the origins of working conditions in Australia is sobering. 23 , 24
Inside 23
Paper Plane 24
Advertising 24
TAFE costings don't stack up Evidence shows savings already achieved could fund salary increases. 25
Advertising 25
Judgment unacceptable to TAFE teachers 25
Statewide meetings of TAFE members 25
Advertising 25
Love of freedom freedom to love An international conference promotes LGBT human rights. 26 , 27
Teachers urged to support Nepali counterparts Innovative program allows direct sponsorship of classroom leaders. 27
In the library 27
Retired Teachers Association 28
Advertising 28
your say 29
Janet, are you taking the pith? Albrechtsen's lesson on phonetics is rid-ic-u-lous. 29
Help save the river red gums along the Murray Dying forests must be integrated into national parks to survive 29 , 30
Inside 29
TAFE betrayed A teacher tells Coutts-Trotter what the changes will mean. 30
Bullying must be cut off at the head Harassment begins at the top, thanks to insidious DET policies. 30
reviews 31
Film 31 , 32
Inside 31
Computer corner 32
Advertising 32
Theatre 33 , 35
Advertising 33 , 34
Corkscrew 35
Advertising 35 , 36
administration 37
Relief Administrative Officers for 2010 37
Councillor from Aboriginal Members Roll 37
Technology Support Restricted Committee 37
Advertising 37 , 38 , 39
Snapped in and out of class 40



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