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. 06 (28 Jun 2010)
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Contents

EDUTION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation 1
League tables: pressure on government continues Composition of the My School Working Party announced. 1
Smile for Stewart House 1
Literacy and numeracy courses privatiseg TAFE and AMES stripped of funding. 1
EDUCATION 2
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 2
Advertising 2
Dignity and respect in the workplace Kit being designed to help members recognise and challenge bullying. 3
General Secretary to retire 3
Our Fed Reps 3
Dear Mr Coutts-Trotter... As a matter of conscience, I cannot comply with your lawful directive'. 4
Views about the journal sought 4
American horror stories not so far from home High-stakes test agenda is causing upheaval in the US and UK...and it's starting to happen here. 4
What prompted Diane Ravitch to disown mass testing? Former Bush administration executive's volte-face sheds light on the role of unions, testing and choice in education in the US. 5
Fletcher departs the DET 5
Federation fined for the second time 5
Federation to launch landmark Aboriginal Education policy 6
Budget cuts funding to public schools and TAFE Inflation transforms nominal increases into reductions in real terms. 6
Re-drawing the political lines on public education O'Farrell's opposition to league tables is welcome and significant. 7
Greens to host forum 7
Online testing under the microscope 7
Schools funding review: future at stake 8
Work-related stress: information kit in process Elimination of risk factors and removal of stigma a focus of this resource. 8
Leave without pay and temporary engagements 8
Workers give Employers First the kiss-off Equal pay day of action targets bosses' group that wants to defeat salary justice test case. 9
Equal pay: didn't we win that fight in the '70s? 9
Award variations needed to provide for lactation breaks 9
Advertising 9
Time to remove all unflued gas heaters 10
TAFE part-timers meet for breakfast 10
Advertising 10
Centrelink criminalises welfare recipients Flawed process used to wrongly pursue fraud convictions. 11
Ark Tribe case to proceed 11
World overview for students 11
Advertising 11 , 12
Send world leaders a yellow card 12
Advertising 12
Grant keeps Wetherill Park TAFE solar-charged College will save energy 365 days a year. 13
Solar cap punishes proactive schools 13
Advertising 13
In brief 14
Victory for river red gums campaigners 14
Advertising 14
Port Macquarie in tune with World Environment Day 15
In brief 15
Advertising 15
Critical decisions to be made Annual Conference must chart a course on league tables, Aboriginal education, release time, class sizes, the national curriculum, Federal funding and the next salaries claim. 16
letters 16
UNITED WE STAND 16
FINNS MILES AHEAD 16
MORE RELEASE, PLEASE 17
PROFESSIONALISM DENIRATED 17
Race to the bottom 17
FLETCHER SMS A DISGRACE 17
PAROLLELS AND DOUBLE STANDARDS 17
RENEWABLES NOT THE ANSWER 17
GAZA AID FLOTILLA 17
UNCONSCIOUS PREVAILS 17 , 18
No title 17
LANDSHARE COMMUNITY 18
BLINKERED STUDY TOURISTS 18
Expression of Interest for Writers of Learning Resources 18
features 19
Flaws in draft national curriculum must be addressed Inadequate consultation with teachers and time to prepare threatens to lower standards in NSW. 19
Inside 19
Paper Plane 20
Breakthrough on paid parental leave However, new legislation falls short on duration and pay, and is vulnerable to 'claw-back' by employers. 20
Advertising 20
Honey, I shrunk the state How Treasury wags the dog in NSW sacrificing public education to keep the budget in the black and holding treasurers in its thrall. 21 , 22
In the library 21
Advertising 22
Rough start comes with the Territory Those new to the profession, especially in remote and regional areas, may relate to the challenges faced by this beginning teacher in a town just 639 km from Alice Springs. 23 , 25
Tourism bill passed It's now open slather for private developers to pillage national parks in the name of greed. 23
In brief 24
Advertising 24
Retired Teachers Association 24 , 25
Social news 24
TAFE award issues update Federation has expressed concerns to DET regarding approval process for excess-teaching payments. 25
Advertising 25 , 26
your say 27
Autism: the debate we have to have Research, creative thinking and the expertise of carers are needed. 27
NAPLAN and the loss of ‘class' Time to bring opposition to mass standardised testing into public forum. 27 , 28
Advertising 28
reviews 29
Film 29 , 30
Inside 29
Computer corner 30
Advertising 30
Theatre 31
Books The Mountain City Murders 31
In brief 31
Music The Songs of Don Henderson 32
Corkscrew 32
Advertising 32
administration 33
Vacancy for General Secretary 33 , 34
Duties 33
Principals' Conference 2010 33
Anna Stewart Program: applications open 33
Change of date for Women's Contacts 33
Advertising 34 , 35
DT SMITH 35
Snapped in and out of class 36

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