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

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Vol. 83 No. 08 (12 Aug 2002)
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More proposals from Vinson 1
Class sizes now is the time to lobby 1
Teacher overload becomes news 1 , 7
Has an MP been to your school lately? 1
Policy to ensure quality in the bush 1 , 6
NEWS Timetable set for temporary teacher case 2
Advertising 2
Salaries claim for consultation 2
Child asylum seekers attending local schools 2 , 7
Officers 2
Executive 2
Build on momentum for election campaign 3
Work continues on casual strategies 3
Baradine halts secondary decline 3
Incorrect vacation pay deductions to be repaid 3
Vinson releases second report Plans to quell misbehaviour 4
Conditions ‘unacceptable’ 4
Responding to the press 4
Future lies in comprehensive schools 4
Closing the city-country gulf 4
Priority schools program takes shape 5
Women are missing out on super 5
Politics of gender 5
Paying your fees is not enough 5
Advertising 5
RURAL PLAN Tyranny of distance 6
Staff crisis in bush not imminent, it’s here 6
Parity sought for primary executives 7
Nurses campaign on similar issues 7
Black arm band day August 26 7
New times, new hope 8
Part-time success stories? 8
Sharryn to lead P&C 8
Peace action planned for October 8
Advertising 8
Retired Teachers Association Second Friday of each month, 1.15 pm. Teachers House, Mary Street, Surry Hills Sydney. 9
Keep to the left 9
On the lobbying trail 9
The President Writes The future is public education 10
LETTERS to the Editor Best kept secret 10
Promote change 10
Those gifted students who fall 10 , 23
Counsellors feel undervalued 23
Recycling ideas 23
Fidelity to the facts 23
Support for support 23
'Unbrainwashing’ feedback 23
False assumption 23
ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2002 DECISIONS Theme: Teaching working for the public good 11
Introduction Central schools policy 12
Executive structure primarylprimary departments, central schools 12
Complaints of a serious nature against teachers 13
Information and communications technology in education 13 , 14 , 15
Advertising 15
Integration of students with special needs 16
No privatisation of any public education assets 16
Advertising 16
Mandatory policies The department getting something for nothing 17
A plan for rural teachers 17 , 18
Advertising 17
Salaries and status campaign Developing the salaries claim 18 , 19
School counsellor staffing 19
State election campaign 20
TAPE, AMES and Corrective Services Teachers working for the public good TAFE Technical and Further Education 20 , 21 , 22
Teacher workload 22
Violence in schools 22
Advertising 24
RIVIEWS Theatre Fairies, fantasy, the fox and food for pause 25
Advertising 25
Computer Corner Adobe bends over backwards with Acrobat 26
Website Classy set of resources 26
Advertising 26
FILM Following the signs 27
GOING UP THE COUNTRY Aeroplane anecdotes 27
Postcard from the Love Boat Mr Yen’s World 28
Up, Up and Away Earth: something to look down on 28
Advertising 29 , 30
ANNUAL CONFERENCE Work to be done on political and social situation 31
Delegates rally to keep schools open 31
It’s all about spin 31
Union honours lifelong activists 32
Jury in on small class sizes, says Professor 32
Conference to tackle racism 32



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