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

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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Vol. 84 No. 05 (12 May 2003)
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Refshauge faces major salaries dispute 1 , 3
Seeking salaries justice for non-permanent school teachers 1
Public Education Day is May 22 1
Child protection legislation must be changed 1
NEWS Case for casuals continues 2
Pinch hitting 2
Vale Jim Starling 2
Health fund inundated Teachers Federation Health 2
Officers 2
Executive 2
Advertising 3
Balancing the priorities on staffing 4
What Federation’s done for casuals 4 , 5
Small schools require extra staff 5
Advertising 5
Workload issues for VET teachers in schools 6
Support for changes to VET in schools 6
Advertising 6
Assault is not part of the job 7
Teachers have right to know 7
Advertising 7 , 8
DET fails on OH&S obligations 9
Improving flexible workplace arrangements 9
“Willing to teach” code 9
The value of public education and unions to society 9
Advertising 10
New opportunities for retraining 11
20 difficult questions 11
Advertising 11
The President Writes Challenging in the public interest 12
LETTERS to the Editor 12
Audit needed 12
Protecting teachers as well as childen Lobbying for legislative change 13
Federation’s policy 13
Protecting teachers as well as students 14
Freedom of Information 14
Contributors 14
Legal rights and obligations – Attending interviews 15
If you are subject to an allegation 15 , 17
Advertising 15 , 16
One teacher’s experience 17
Advertising 17
TAFE and AMES teachers – this means you too 18
Workers compensation 18
Advertising 18
Current legislation 19
What has the Federation done about this? 19
Outline of child protection processes 20
DET procedures not agreed by Federation 20
Support your colleagues 20
Welfare Leaflets via the web 20
Things to do 20
Advertising 20
Quicker to the top 21
Don’t speak for me 21
Second class teachers 21
A spot of singing? 21
A single question quiz 21
The battle ahead 21
Expert teachers in teacher education? 21
High standards 22
Right to protest being diminished 22
Lessons for peace 24
ADMINISTRATION Year end accounts 22
NSW Teachers Federation 22
AEU Australian Education Union (NSW Branch) 23
Public Education Fund 23
Remaining and casual Council vacancies 2003-2004 24
Trade Union Training Program 24
Advertising 24
TAFE RETIRED Precedent set over CLAMS 25
Retired Teachers Association Second Friday of each month, 1.15 pm. Teachers House, Mary Street, Surry Hills Sydney. 25
REVIEWS Theatre What a piece of theatre is Hair! 26
cheap WINE Spicing it up with Normans wine 26
Website Paddling on the net 26
FILM Subtlety reigns supreme 27
Up,Up and Away Oversight tours special: 10-day discover Iraq tour 27
Yin and Yen Mr Yen’s World 28
GOING UP THE COUNTRY Making music in the outback 28
Advertising 29 , 30
Refugees welcome in Young 31
Keira supports appeal for East Timorese students 31
Discussing the equity issues that matter to educators 31
Cheers for Geoff 31
Scholarships awarded for next generation 32
Refugee status creates uncertainty for students 32
Union condemns two-class policy 32
Advertising 32



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