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

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
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Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
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Vol. 92 No. 01 (14 Feb 2011)
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EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation 1
Tell local candidates about education issues State election candidates need to be informed by teachers in their electorate about how they can ensure public school students can be better supported. 1
Will My School 2.0 lead to more league tables? The credibility of the Prime Minister is at stake. 1
EDUCATION 2
Executive 2
Officers 2
Contents 2
Advertising 2
Call for increased superannuation Federation will negotiate for an increase in the minimum level of superannuation to 15 per cent as part of its salaries claim. 3
Our Fed Reps 3
Tell Kristina and Barry to support TAFE plan 4
Advertising 4
TAFE van on the road Candidates in the state election will be asked to pledge their support for the TAFE 5 Point Plan for a Better State. 4
They've signed 4
Van schedule 4
NSW Coalition supports statewide staffing system NSW Liberals and Nationals to maintain teacher transfer system. 5
Piccoli promises new approach on special education 5
Maintenance and devolution policy 5
National curriculum development to continue The union will continue to expose inferior aspects of the Australian curriculum. 6
Advertising 6
Schools funding review gathers momentum Equity and equality of learning outcomes cannot be attained while the AGSRC remains central to the funding of private schools. 6
Association spotlight Hastings River Teachers Association 6
Policy will privatise public schools Julia Gillard wants to establish autonomous school operation as the norm across all Australian sectors, with schools being predominately self-governing. 7
New York to disclose teacher rankings Performance ratings based on discredited tests get publication go-ahead. 7
Poor value at high cost 7
DET's rules on paid parental leave It's important to not only understand the Commonwealth Paid Parental Leave scheme but also the way DET will implement it. 8
Your options 8
Out of work Hundreds of teachers in TAFE and AMES to lose their jobs. 8
Rally supports public provision 8
On the move for gender equality Public education is one vehicle which can help us move forward to a more equal society and world. 9
Fabulous women to address conference 9
What you read 9
Out of pocket expenses survey 10
Support flooded schools 10
Advertising 10
OECD questions low unemployment benefit 11
AM for former President 11
Advertising 11
Parent action wins reprieve 12
In brief 12
Enrolling students with a history of violent behaviour DET has responsibility to ensure the health and safety of staff and students. 12
Advertising 12
Tackling abuse by writing gay students in Federation is working to make sure schools are not the least safest place for same sex attracted and gender questioning students. 13
Federation joins Mardi Gras festival 13
Advertising 13
Public land sold 14
Examining the effects of violent media on children 14
Vale Graham Ashton 14
In brief 14
Sick of empty stockings 15
Briefs 15
Advertising 15
Am I a temporary teacher? 16
Talks about an asbestos act A single piece of legislation may stop the confusion. 16
Advertising 16
Eye on technology support The inadequacy of information and communications technology training and development featured in a recent survey. 17
Wallabies visit Warialda A rugby focus led to a win. 17
Play your part Participate in Federation’s campaign to gain improvements in education, particularly around class size reductions and release time. 18
letters 18
LONG OVERDUE 18
THE TEST ITSELF 18 , 19
DEMOCRACY ON TRIAL 19
DANGER 19
MYSTERIES 19
Advertising 19
PUBLIC EDUCATION DAY 20
BAD PRECEDENT 20
OBJECTION 20
UNITED WE REMAIN STRONG 20
DARK AGES 20
PATING THE PRICE 20
Carbon copy CRYSTAL CLEAR 20
POLITICIANS OVERPAID 20
features 21
Dealine set for funding review suhnissions The quality and quantity of submissions to the schools funding review is important because of the way the review panel is conducting its work. 21
Inside 21
Paper Plane 22
An eye on service Government employee housing conference highlights dilemma for THA. 22
Advertising 22
For the long term The power of multiplicity in Timor-Leste 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. 23
From, sedate to destructive LYNN TAKAYAMA's firsthand account of the recent flooding that has devastated parts of the nation. 24
No surprise Australia has become a land of more intense droughts and severe flooding rains. 24
Advertising 24
Retired Teachers Association 25 , 26
Social news 25
In the library New resources 25
Stick to agreement 26
No title 26
Significant points of difference Issues relating to the application of the TAFE award remain unresolved. 26
your say 27
Sadklash sells Murray-Darling down the river Political backlash now jeopardises bipartisan water reform for the Murray-Darling Basin. 27
Advertising 27 , 28
reviews 29
Film 29 , 30
Inside 29
Computer corner 30
Theatre 31 , 32
Book Here on Earth: an argument for hope 31
DVD Mangroves – a local ecosystem 32
In brief 32
Corkscrew 32
Advertising 32
administration 33
Election of Annual Conference Delegates 33
Inside 33
Federation Library 34
Council Elections 2011-2012 34
Attention all retiring members 34
Elections at March Council 35
EDUCATION 35
Advertising 35
Trade Union Training program semester 1 36 , 37
TRADE UNION TRAINING APPLICATION FORM 37
Are you in the right membership category? 37
Advertising 38 , 39
DT SMITH 39
Snapped in and out of Class 40

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