|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|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|Well oiled for the new year||10|
|Board of Studies rebuked over release of HSC marks Ombudsman criticises refusal to reveal cut-off marks and a lack of transparency.||10|
|New website for Federation Representatives Online or paper registration mandatory for access after planned March 13 launch.||11|
|Jeans for Genes Day||11|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|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|
|Retired Teachers Association||20 , 21|
|TAFE campaigning and qualifications AEU's annual council meeting dares to hope that “education” maybe back in vogue.||21|
|In the library||21|
|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|
|Film||25 , 26|
|Elections to be conducted at Mat eh Council||29|
|2011 Tree Levy||29|
|Advertising||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. 91 No. 02 (8 Mar 2010)
| publisher=The Federation
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