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-
Issue
Vol. 83 No. 06 (10 Jun 2002)
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EDUCATION JOURNAL OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES TEACHERS FEDERATION 1
Oh what a night! Politicians to get class size message, loud and clear 1
Budget offers token increases for critical areas 1
NEWS Women vital for union survival 2
Class sizes and staffing issues on annual conference agenda 2
Executive structure correction 2
Advertising 2
Officers 2
Executive 2
Salaries discussion paper 3
Survey offers window to teacher thinking 4
Advertising 4
Findings 4
Principals should be active in the union 5
CFMEU has issues for Royal Commission to investigate 5
Are you a casual who should be temporary? 5
TARS for principals too 5
Advertising 5
Federal Parliament silent on public education 6
Integration and discrimination not clear-cut 6
Israel Palestine: renewed call for settlement 6
Federation resolution on the Israel-Palestinian conflict 6
Fed Reps CD-Rom launched 7
Submission says inner city report ‘defeatist’ 7
Advertising 7
TAFE Pay rises appear fully funded 8
TAFE matters 8
Advertising 8
National Party lobbied 8
Institute budget cuts will lead to strike action 8
Credit union board’s attempt fails 9
Advertising 9
The President Writes 10
LETTERS to the Editor Charity with a vengeance 10
Three Australian icons 10
Responsibility needed 11
Educational merits 11
Reciprocal loyalty needed 11 , 12
Advertising 11
Education spending is best defence 12
Public education billboards 12
IEC stays after fight 12
Disempowering TAFE 12
Save habitats from heavy grazing 12
Advertising 12
Human rights for asylum seekers 13
Australia is refugees competition 13
New MAI/GATS proposal threatens public education 13
Dust bowl transformed 13
2002 Election to Fill Casual Vacancy for Administrative Officer, Country Organiser (1) 14
Elections to be held at June Council 14
Eric Pearson Study Grant 15
OH&S finding may benefit teachers 15
Advertising 15
Inquiry into the provision of public education in NSW 16 , 17
Advertising 17
Starting points for travelling teachers 18
Advertising 18
VIEWS What’s special about special education? 19
Advertising 19
Difficult to staff areas provide promotional opportunities 20
Advertising 20
TAFE part-time casuals SIG expanding networks 21
Menzies report advocates deregulation and vouchers 21
President visits Riverina Regional TAFETA 21
School Libraries SIG welcomes policy 21
ADMINISTRATION Trade Union Training Program semester 2 Continuation of regional courses 22
Course descriptions 22
Advertising 22
Some background information about Trade Union Training courses 23
Advertising 23
RETIRED Retired Teachers Association Second Friday of each monht, 1,15pm. Teachers House, Mary Street, Surry Hills Sydney. 24
Advertising 24
FILM Impressive debut feature films from Australian directors 25
Grants available for writers and illustrators to visit 25
Advertising 25
Theatre Theatre wins by a hare 26
Up, Up and Away 26
Location, location, location 26
GOING UP THE COUNTRY A sense of optimism 27
Computer Corner Thunderbirds are go 27
Website Stamp designs have style licked 27
Advertising 27
Form guide Out of this World Six years of Mr Yen 28
Cheap WINE The long and short of it 28
Win wine passes 28
Advertising 29 , 30
DT SMITH 30
Abecedarian 30
THOSE WHO CAN’T 30
East Timor: inspiring and depressing 31
Student membership surges 31
US visitors bewildered on Aussie policy 31
INSIDE 32
May 23,2002 32
Public education in the spotlight 32

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