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. 07 (2 Aug 2010)
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Contents

No title 1
EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation Sorting out the parties in the Federal Election An assessment of the education policies of Labor, the Coalition and Greens. 1 , 4
BIENNIAL COUNCIL ELECTIONS 1
League tables: Conference puts government on notice 1 , 7
NAPLAN scores aren’t much help measuring achievement 1
EDUCATION 2
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 2
Advertising 2
Remove unflued gas heaters quickly 3
ATO warning for teachers Tax compliance program to focus on 'excessive' deduction claims. 3
Members are reading the journal 3
Our Fed Reps 3
Superannuation and the Federal Election 4
Q&A Transfer points 4
All parties must support investment in TAFE 4
Election candidate faces teachers 4
State Election priorities decided Release time and smaller classes the subject of lobbying campaigns in the lead-up to the March poll. 5
Forum denounces diversion of funds to private providers TAFE institutes overlooked in market-based approach to education. 5
National curriculum process flawed Draft documents for K-10 and 11-12 reflect undue haste and lack of consultation. 6
Making the most of the schools funding review 6
School funding review is crucial Rare opportunity to effect lasting change must be grasped. 6
Damned statistics NAPLAN test scores aren't much help with measuring student, school or teacher achievement, a recent symposium heard. 7
The marketisation of education in the UK Publicly funded academies cherry-pick students by class and ability. 7
UNICEF Day for Change 8
'Knock: them out for England’ Kevin Courtney from Britain's National Union of Teachers implored Australian teachers to cripple the league tables agenda before it was too late. 8 , 9
Academies: the worst-case scenario 8
How to run a successful boycott 9
Scholarships awarded 9
Welcome to country 10
Global education at a crossroads The economic crisis has intensified the need for systemic change for the benefit of the world's children. 10 , 11
Australia is a human rights laggard The Northern Territory intervention has exposed the lack of legal protections for Aboriginal people, says Larissa Behrendt. 11 , 12
Sweet sixteen 11
Advertising 11
Retreat by the sea needs your change Stewart House needs regular financial help from you. 12
Case studies 12
Teachers embrace socially responsible investment 13
Briefs 13
Advertising 13
Scope of equal pay audit too limited Opportunity to better address gender gap must be grasped. 14
Online survey of physical working conditions Results will be used to spearhead campaign for improvements. 14
Credit Union offers more choice New fee-free account to be available by December. 14
School Certificate review update 15
Let Federation Law work for you 15
Advertising 15
Senate releases interim P21 report Primary schools construction program bogged down by waste and mismanagement. 16
Condobolin schools recognised as hard to staff Local activism to keep qualified teachers finally pays off. 16
National Women's Library lunch 17
Briefs 17
Advertising 17
Shooters' bill puts marine parks at risk 18
What you read 18
DET plays zero-sum game with incentive schools 18
Advertising 19
Education policies cause concern Government tardy in addressing private-public disparity, while Abbott commits to seriously flawed funding formula. 20
letters PRINCIPALS' RELEASE AN RCENT ISSUE 20
THE PERILS OF MASS TESTING 21
FREE TRADE WARNING 21
STUDENTS TACKLE POVERTY 21
EMISSIONS: NOT ACTING WOULD COST MORI 21 , 22
Advertising 21
CULT OF PERSONALITY? 22
Low TACTICS 22
SMS WAS JUSTIFIABLE 22
ARTS TEACHERS ISSUE CALL TO ARMS 22
CARBON COPY 22
CURRICULA HASTY AND ILL-CONCEIVED 22
features 23
When waste turns great Playground food scraps help the garden grow. 23
Inside 23
Paper Plane 24
Tertiary colleagues fight for rights National union is seeking to clawback losses suffered during WorkChoices era 24
Retired Teachers Association 25 , 26
Social news 25
In the library 25
Class of’58... you are requested to commence duty. 26
Payment of excess teaching hours 26
Group set up for TAFE TES teachers 26
your say 27
The battle for Barangaroo Community groups are leading opposition to save this historic Sydney site from flagrant overdevelopment. 27
Advertising 27 , 28
reviews 29
Film 29 , 30
Inside 29
Computer corner 30
Advertising 30
Theatre 31
Books Posperity without Growth Economics for a finite planet 31
Books Radical Sydney 32
No title 32
Corkscrew 33
Books I Just Want to Be Me!: Building resilience in young people 33
Advertising 34
administration 35
Eric Pearson Study Grant 2011 The closing date for applications is Tuesday, October 12. 35
Inside 35
Advertising 35 , 36
Biennial Council Elections 37
New dates for Beginning Teachers courses 37
Federation Library 37
Advertising 38 , 39
DT SMITH 39
Snapped in and out of class 40

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