Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation
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Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Vol. 88 No. 02 (26 Feb 2007)
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Look after our public schools and TAFE colleges 1
Federation’s priority demands in the state election 1
April 22 rally to defend the rights of teachers and other workers 1
NSW election supplement next edition 1
PM feels the heat in Port Macquarie 1
DET beginning teacher conditions lag behind Catholic schools 2
There, but not here 2
'$150 million needed’ for beginning teachers 2
Officers 2
Executive 2
Special education must be an election priority 3
Tebbutt ignores central schools’ needs 3
A-E ban remains 3
Register now for Women’s Conference 3
Bishop launches performance pay push 4
Advertising 4
New Country Organisers 4
SHAME File 4
Federal education agenda made clear in Minister’s speech 5
Union bashing 5
Howard and Bishop launch two-pronged attack on teachers 5
Two marches for workers’ rights 6
Nuclear views sought from Coalition MPs 6
Cautionary tales on performance Pay 6
Young NSW workers offered some protections 6
Sign up your school for enrol to vote week 7
Smell of sausages attracts unregistered voters 7
What can you do? 7
Advertising 7 , 8
Dispute over Stewart House AP position 8
Private school 8
Conference a must for every beginning teacher 9
Dates 9
A wonderful opportunity 9
The remaining deadlines for 2007 are 9
Advertising 9
Trade threat to public education 10
AEU concerned 10
Rally for women’s rights 10
Advertising 10
in BRIEF 11
Annual Conference elections – your chance to participate 11
Advertising 11
The President Writes Australian teachers succeeding; governments lagging 12
LETTERS to the Editor 12
Fund education, not violence 12
Enough 12
Putting private interests first 13
Lowering expectations 13
OH&S issue 13
Shopping 13
Go bowling 13
Advertising 13
Elections at March Council 14 , 18
Conferences for Beginning Teachers 14
Advertising 14 , 15 , 16
Election of Annual Conference delegates 17
Vacancies on Council 2007-2008 17
Our Fed Reps 18
Betrayal 18
ID is not science 18
Retired Teachers Association Second Friday of each month, 1.15pm. Teachers House, Mary Street, Surry Hills Sydney. 19
Defence personnel not brutes 19
Advertising 20
Doctors’ role demeaned by new IR and workers compensation laws 21
What you can do if your treatment is being interfered with: 21
Middle Eastern music at the National 21
cork screw Is everything coming up rosé? 22
Correction 22
bhe buckingham cure Snake attack on the farm 22
theatre My love of theatre – crystal clear 23
Advertising 23
GOOD vibrations Preparing for the road 24
Federation Library 24
Advertising 24
FILM When less is definitely more 25
Becoming Jane movie tickets 25
computer corner Database helps teachers keep on track 25
Advertising 26
School thrives out from under closure-cloud 27
Teacher services under one roof 27
Advertising 27
Wheels on the bus take the message around 28
Advertising 28



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