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Title
Education : journal of the N.S.W. Public School Teachers Federation
Call Number
Nef 331.8809944 EDU
Created/Published
Sydney : The Federation, 1919-
Issue
Vol. 88 No. 13 (19 Nov 2007)
Pages
32
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EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation A change of government is essential When voting in the federal election on November 24, Federation members should protect their rights and working conditions and the future of quality public education by voting for a change of government. 1
No title 1
Federation's key messages 1
SPECIAL ELECTION EDITION Why vote Green in the Senate? 3
Hold the Howard Government accountable on TAFE 3
Changed working landscape for our students 3
Experiences un[?]er WorkChoices 3
Investment missing globally The latest OECD figures paint i lameful picture of public spending on education in Australia. 3
Politicians pledge to support increased funding 3
Look for pro-public education funding policies 4
What others are saying Federation asked a number of prominent supporters of public education for their perspective on the federal election. Here is what they had to say. 4
EDUCATION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation 5
Teachers go in to bat for students over fees Teachers and students at Bega TAFE attended a stopwork meeting on November 6 to protest proposed fee increases for 2008. 5
New year to focus on salaries campaign Members are encouraged to begin a discussion of Federation's salaries, superannuation and status of the profession claim. 5 , 7
You spoke and we listened Here is your new look Education. 5
EDUCATION 6
Executive 6
Officers 6
Contents 6
Advertising 6
Australians step out on global warming 7
Presidential election results 7
Honk of approval for industrial relations campaign The Your Rights at Work bus recently campaigned for workers' rights in the marginal seat of Macarthur. 7
Tree Levy submission date extended Shame File 8
In Brief 8
Paddlers glide through fog and hazards Public education was among the winners at a recent charity event. 9
Our Fed Reps 9
Advertising 9
HIV/AIDS education is the solution HIV/AIDS prevention is everybody's business. 10
What can you do? 10
Sometimes 'new' takes the shine off 10
Advertising 10
What you read Top five Federation website stories in September 11
Quest to fill 2000 boxes with primary resources A charity venture hopes to create a 'school in a box'. 11
Advertising 11
Go green 12
Codes are the secret to a transfer perfect match Tick all the codes you can justify to improve your chances. 12
Advertising 13 , 14
Teachers defend security gate program for schools The interests of public schools won out in debate at the recent Local Government Association conference. 15
Reading the fine print maybe worth thousands Are you maximising your super? 15
Changing government essential but not alone sufficient A change of government is an essential first step to shaping a fairer, more cohesive and tolerant Australian society. 16
letters ELEVATING SOCIALISM 16 , 17
COME AND GO AS THEY PLEASE 17
NO ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 17
Carbon copy 17
Advertising 17 , 18
features 19
Think about your working life As the federal election nears ACTU President Sharan Burrow examines issues of key concern to teachers. 19 , 20
Inside 19
Seaside view reserved in honour of teacher The life of deceased teacher, unionist and Federation Life Member Mike Dwyer has been honoured with a reserve bearing his name. Cathy Bloch reports on the official opening on October 28. 20 , 21
Good Vibrations 21
Paper Plane 21
Educating the menagerie The adventure as a tutor on a Northern Territory property continues. 22
Retired Teachers Association 22 , 24
Advertising 22
reviews 23
Film 23 , 24
Inside 23
Corkscrew 24
Theatre 25
Computer Corner 25
The 'good oil' on how Australia negotiates BOOK 26
An eternal moment of dreaming ALBUM 26
administration 27
Regional Trades and Labour Councils 27
Inside 27
Advertising 27
Trade Union Training program 28
About course content 28 , 29
Some background information about Trade Union Training courses 29
Advertising 30 , 31
DT SMITH 31
Advertising 31
You must remember this 32
On the campaign trail 32

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