|EDUCATION JOURNAL OF THE NEW SOUTH WALES TEACHERS FEDERATION||1|
|Opposition starts bidding on class sizes||1|
|Answers expected when members visit Macquarie St||1|
|Casualisation defeated in Corrective Services||1 , 4|
|NEWS Black chicks given a voice||2|
|International plan to protect gay rights||2|
|Salary improvements pursued||3|
|Go ahead for review of outcomes based assessment and reporting||4|
|Guest speakers for rural conference||4|
|Indigenous studies should be pre-requisite||4|
|Federation lobbies local government delegates||5|
|Lesson is never give up||5|
|Pine Gap and coming war with Iraq||5|
|Angry emu challenges war base||5|
|Comprehensive vs selective schools||6|
|Casual program a relief||7|
|Detailed submission to VET in schools inquiry||7|
|Advertising||7 , 8|
|Number of Trainee Teacher Scholarships doubles||9|
|Recipients ready for classroom||9|
|Funds in East Timor’s hands||9|
|The President Writes Coalition opens bidding||10|
|LETTERS to the Editor Cut out coasting||10|
|An apology from Teachers Federation Health||10|
|Boot out Meadowbanks||11|
|Reason for sit-in sought||11|
|ADMINISTRATION Councillor vacancies for the 2003-2004 biennium||12|
|Date changed for Vinson reception||12|
|TAFE TAFE matters||13|
|The casual crisis in TAFE||13|
|Our Fed Reps||14|
|Anna Stewart vacancies||14|
|RETIRED Retitrd eachers Association Second Friday of each month, 1.15 pm. Teachers House, Mary Street, Surry Hills Sydney.||15|
|VIEWS Cunningham goes Green||16|
|Starved for knowledge||16|
|cheap WINE Tasting Aussie wines in New York||17|
|GOING UP THE COUNTRY Riding off into the sunset||18|
|Compoter Corner From book to the computer screen||18|
|Pebsite Libraries from the lounge chair||18|
|FILM Films to warm your heart and others to make it race||19|
|Up, Up and Away Oh, to be in England||19|
|Fostering public education Mr Yen’s World||20|
|Theatre What the Dickens is coming next||20|
|Advertising||21 , 22 , 23|
|THOSE WHO CAN’T||22|
|United timbers symbolise multicultural Australia||23|
|Is visual arts being squeezed out?||23|
|Fired up on draining global budgets||24|
|Opening ceremony features public education students||24|
N.S.W. Teachers' Federation & New South Wales Public School Teachers' Federation. (1919). Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation Retrieved January 18, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-682634683
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| author1=N.S.W. Teachers' Federation.
| author2=New South Wales Public School Teachers' Federation.
| title=Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation
| issue=Vol. 83 No. 12 (18 Nov 2002)
| publisher=The Federation
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