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

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Vol. 91 No. 04 (3 May 2010)
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EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation More than a core 1
Why teachers must join national action to stop league tables Moratorium the only means left to protect students from harmful government policy. 1 , 4
SASS staff asked to respect moratorium 1
Unions boycott exams in England flawed testing regime held to account for disparaging teachers and school communities. 1
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 2
Advertising 2
Primary Conference May 15 3
Advertising 3
Our Fed Reps 3
League tables media campaign launched TV ad depicts education curriculum being slashed to the core at expense of developing well-rounded students. 4
BER parliamentary inquiry launched 5
Building fiasco causes heart-ache and bads-ache 5 , 7
Seeing through Gillard's agenda Minister's double standard 'transparent' as she grudgingly allows BER program to be investigated. 5 , 7
Results of HSC student survey revealed 6
In brief 6
Managing workload from email and laptop use Advice to ensure Digital Education Revolution rollout doesn't overburden members. 6
Disability care inquiry: call for submissions 6
AEU welcomes federal funding review 7
Principals believe website is inaccurate AEU survey finds majority think "similarity" index is flawed and My School is missing vital data. 7
No title 7
May 17 focus on homophobia 8
In brief 8
Is Doris Albury Federation’s oldest member? 8
Advertising 8
Federation wins recruitment award 9
Federation demands protection of river red gums 9
No down time at School of the Air 9
Advertising 9
Women most affected by super caps reduction Not only the wealthy disadvantaged by cut to concessional contributions. 10
TAFE fee hikes exploit students Income-contingent loan scheme being used to impose outrageously high increases. 10
TAFE Council rejects TAA training package AEU national body registers objection to inappropriate and inadequate qualification. 10
Westport restocks its koala sanctuary 11
Government confirms special needs burden Inquiry submission shows majority of students needing additional support are enrolled in public schools. 11
Advertising 11
Salary for teachers on leave resolved But some staff may be unaware they were underpaid for temporary engagements. 12
What you read Top five website stories in March 12
Dubbo college consultation finalised Feedback will now inform recommendations to Minister after robust campaigning by local Association. 12
Anti-racism kit coming soon Provision of resources is timely given Rudd's regressive attitude towards asylum seekers. 13
Q&A staffing issues 13
Advertising 13
Refugee Week: Freedom from Fear 14
Advertising 14
Social security and family assistance law A raft of amendments affecting welfare eligibility and payments have been enacted or are pending. 14 , 15
School cleaners campaign for conditions 15
Advertising 15 , 16
Australian teachers raise standards in Nepal Kathmandu schools benefit from Nepcam program offering finance and professional mentorship to local teachers. 17
Dungog students to make directorial debuts 17
Distance education: request for information 17
We're all opposed to school league tables but... Gillard and Coutts-Trotter use tortured logic to argue that rankings can be prevented by providing NAPLAN data. 18
letters 18
Double standard? 19
Advertising 19 , 20
Answer found in genes 20
Carbon copy 20
Hold on to your passport 20
Advertising 20
features 21
Menindee Park offers career pathway for students NSW Governor applauds initiative and the commitment of central school teachers to make enterprise successful. 21
Inside 21
Paper Plane 22
In biref 22
Shoal Bay grows green consciousness 22
Advertising 22
Retired Teachers Association 23 , 24
Social news 23
In the library 23
Class of'58... you are requested to commence duty. Graduates from the Armidale Teachers College signed a bond promising to teach wherever they were posted and waited anxiously for their first Department appointment. These are their stories. 24
Advertising 24
Burke Ward students discover the wetlands After last year's dust storm, an excursion looking for aquatic life, no matter how small, was an exciting contrast. 24
May Day: acknowledging the sweat and blood of unionists History littered with the corpses of those who paid ultimate price for workers' rights. 25
Advertising 25 , 26
your say 27
Coal addiction is taking world to the brink Australia feeds China's appetite for cheap fossil fuel at the expense of the global community. 27
Inside 27
Teacher-librarians sacrificed at altar of devolution Pilot just the latest attempt to impose school-based management, despite no supporting evidence. 28
Advertising 28
reviews 29
Film 29 , 30
Inside 29
Computer corner 30
Advertising 30
Theatre 31 , 32
In brief 31
Advertising 31
Books Requiem for a Species; why we resist the truth about climate change 32
Corkscrew 33
Advertising 33 , 34
administration 35
Trade Union Training changes and new courses 35
Inside 35
Federation Library 35
Year end accounts for NSW Teachers Federation 37
Independent Auditor’s Report to the Members of NSW Teachers Federation 37
Public Education Fund 37
Australian Education Union (NSW Branch) 37
Advertising 38 , 39
Snapped in and out of class 40



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