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VET Specialist Teacher Update

After representations from members as to their concerns around the ability to recruit and retain VET Specialist teachers in the DoE, your Union has been involved in negotiations with the Department.  Members raised equity issues where there were examples of teachers...

Fair Funding Now!

The AEU nationally is ramping up its new campaign “Fair Funding Now!” designed to secure the additional funding and resources that our public schools still need. The Gonski Review in 2011 found that public schools were desperately underfunded and that a new national...

Welcome Nick Donnelly, our new Organiser- Educational Leader

Welcome to Nick, who has recently started on as our new Organiser- Educational Leader in the AEU Hobart office. A word from Nick: It is a privilege to have been appointed to a newly created position with the AEU as the Organiser – Educational Leader.  I look forward...

National TAFE Day – 19 June

National TAFE Day is a day to celebrate the achievements of our national TAFE system, and it provides a chance for us to remind politicians about the precarious state that the TAFE system is currently in across the country as a result of reforms, budget cuts, and the activities of private for-profit providers. The day provides us with the opportunity to highlight how important a guaranteed minimum of 70% of vocational education funding is to TAFE.

Gonski report recommendations highlight the critical importance of investing in public schools

The Australian Education Union (AEU) says recommendations in the Through Growth to Achievement Report of the Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools released today require significant resources, yet PM Malcolm Turnbull has cut $1.9 billion funding to public schools over the next two years alone.

AEU welcomes announcement Jeremy Rockliff will retain education and training portfolio

Premier Will Hodgman’s announcement that Jeremy Rockliff will retain the education and training...

AEU congratulates and looks forward to working with elected Liberal Government

The AEU congratulates the Liberal Government on their election and will work with the elected...

Teachers alarmed at The Liberals’ proposed loosening of gun laws

AEU Tasmania Branch voiced its concerns over The Liberal Party’s intention to loosen Tasmania’s...

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