|EDUCATUION Journal of the New South Wales Teachers Federation||1|
|Teachers crucial in campaign for change||1|
|A promise to all Australians Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has promised to govern for all Australians.||1|
|Member focus moves to the salaries claim A strong and concerted campaign is needed to uplift the status and salary of the whole teaching profession.||1|
|Not on a break from compensation obligations There are circumstances where workers compensation will be paid where the worker was temporarily away from work at the time of the injury.||3|
|Our Fed Reps||3|
|Yale Bernie Banton||3|
|Are all these meetings really necessary? It's time to take a stand on the number of meetings held at schools and colleges.||4|
|Art with a positive message The winner of Federation's anti-racism art competition has been announced.||4|
|History in the making Unions NSW Secretary John Robertson crossed paths with John Howard in the last hours of the Coalition Government on election day.||4|
|Take steps towards a comfortable retirement Free retirement preparation seminars to understand the options and benefits of your superannuation scheme are on offer.||5|
|What you read Top five Federation website stories in October||5|
|Shifting sentiment on humanitarianism A pre-election rally for multiculturalism and refugees called for real change post-election.||6|
|United Nations Human Rights Day public forum||6|
|Teaching experience dropped for child protection and misconduct investigators DET's cost-cutting plan will compromise EPAC investigations.||7|
|Environmentally-friendly approach in 2008||8|
|Knowledge and skill expectations outlined for graduates What a teacher graduate must know before teaching in NSW has been clearly defined.||8|
|Have your say on accreditation||8|
|A broader vision with your cornflakes Workers Radio is going strong after broadcasting music and politics to its Sydney audience for two years.||9|
|Time to speak up on temporary teacher status Advise Federation now to be included in the union's claim to have temporary school teachers with sufficient service paid at the appropriate maximum rate.||10|
|School calls 'bingo' on values Team games and drama created an entertaining community discussion night.||10|
|Celebrating with singing and dancing Multicultural events can break down the barriers.||12|
|Advertising||12 , 13|
|An opportunity for government in the national interest The federal election result signals the opportunity and hope for a change in the character and nature of the society in which we live.||14|
|letters FITTING TRIBUTE||14|
|KEEP MOBILISING||14 , 15|
|HOUSE OF CARDS||15|
|YOU WILL BE AMAZED||15|
|Carbon copy LWOP IS NOT A PERK||15|
|Advertising||15 , 16|
|Community members speak from the heart Advocates are seeking significant change to the federal intervention in Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory and more.||17|
|Plays to different audiences Year 4 teacher Mitchell Hutchinson recently played in a rock band in front of troops in the Middle East.||19|
|Young woman of the land||19|
|Retired Teachers Association||23|
|Pine Gap Women’s Peace Gimp||23|
|Film||25 , 26|
|Casual vacancy for Country Organiser||29|
|Advertising||30 , 31|
|Members signpost their vision||32|
|Snapped in and out of class||32|
|Worker gets his job back There's been victory at last for a worker who was sacked after an alleged workplace safety dispute.||32|
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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. 88 No. 14 (3 Dec 2007)
| publisher=The Federation
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