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

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Created/Published
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Issue
Vol. 91 No. 02 (8 Mar 2010)
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Contents

EDUCATION Journal ofthe New South Wales Teachers Federation 1
More league tables signal a new low Unions nationwide committed to non-cooperation with NAPLAN if government refuses to act. 1
Gillard condemned 1
Angry TAFE teachers stand up for their rights Town Hall strike meeting calls on State Government to negotiate for an overdue fair settlement. 1 , 5
Premier agrees to 1
EDUCATION 2
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 2
Advertising 2
Public education forum in Canberra 3
For the record 3
Primary Activists Conference Funding available to attend gathering that will develop strategies for campaign on staffing, conditions and release time. 3
Our Fed Reps 3
Advertising 3
Test fraud rings warning bells Evidence of schools tampering with test papers alarms the Greens. 4
Second wave of naming and blaming Local newspapers deepen the divide in rural, regional and suburban areas with irresponsible reporting on My School data. 4
Resources needed for national curriculum Teachers are disappointed that the national curriculum has been developed without real consultation with the teaching profession. 5
BER – revolution or rip-off? 5
Advice sought on national curriculum Members to help inform Federation's submission to ACARA consultation process. 6
NSW Coalition pledges 900 extra teachers 6
Revised assessment and review schedules DET adds competency standards for teachers and leadership competencies for executive teachers. 6 , 8
Pilot for increased school-based conflict Department adopts break or break-through approach that pits teachers against principals. 7
Devolution pilot: the truth revealed DET document shows reducing investment in public education is its real agenda. 7 , 8
Federation represented at Fair Day 8
Dissenting voices help union movement evolve Workers Out! Mardi Gras float a testament to hard-won change and acceptance. 8
Communities campaign for special needs Two Sydney forums address inadequate funding and resources to coincide with new Parliamentary inquiry. 9
Special education trial to be finalised soon 9
Advertising 9
Well oiled for the new year 10
In brief 10
Board of Studies rebuked over release of HSC marks Ombudsman criticises refusal to reveal cut-off marks and a lack of transparency. 10
Advertising 10
New website for Federation Representatives Online or paper registration mandatory for access after planned March 13 launch. 11
Jeans for Genes Day 11
Advertising 11
In brief 12
ANZELA Conference 2010 Scholarships available to teachers of legal studies from rural areas. 12
Q&A: service transfers 12
Rally for same-sex marriage rights Australia is lagging behind many other Western countries in terms of much-needed law reform. 13
Advertising 13
Growing Up Fast and Furious Media violence conference to address impact on children's health and wellbeing. 14
Tenants satisfied with THA service in western NSW But greater demand for stock and location issues emerge from visit to several communities. 14
Iranian Kurdish teacher on brink of execution 14
Lantern for HIV/AIDS 15
Advertising 15
Curriculum approach is classic Gillard Lack of consultation and inadequate time to prepare for changes symptomatic of education minister out of touch with how schools operate. 16
letters WASTE TREATMENT 16
BUNDED TO GENITAL MUTILATION 17
IN SUPPORT OF A FELLOW DEMOCRACY 17
GILLARD'S POSTURING IS JUVENILE CARBON COPY 17
Advertising 17 , 18
features 19
Why take the teacher out of the librarian? With the burden on classroom teachers growing ever more onerous, the axing of the teacherlibrarian at Loftus PS is wrong-headed and regressive. 19
Inside 19
Paper Plane 20
Retired Teachers Association 20 , 21
Social news 20
TAFE campaigning and qualifications AEU's annual council meeting dares to hope that “education” maybe back in vogue. 21
In the library 21
Advertising 22
your say 23
League tables hurt the environment Promoting cult of competition thwarts children from developing a critical approach to corporate greed. 23
Witness Venezuelan democracy in action 23
Advertising 24
reviews 25
Film 25 , 26
Inside 25
Computer Corner 26
Advertising 26
Theatre 27
Federation Library 27
Corkscrew 28
Advertising 28
administration 29
Elections to be conducted at Mat eh Council 29
2011 Tree Levy 29
Advertising 30 , 31
DT SMITH 31
Snapped in and out of class 32

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