Education cuts entrench Tasmanian poverty and bad health

The Australian Education Union today condemned $109 million of cuts to education confirmed in today’s Revised Estimates Report. “Cutting education funding when the health and wellbeing of many Tasmanian children and young people is in decline makes a bad situation...

AEU Tas eReporter News 24th September 2019

Click here to download printable pdf version Contents President’s Wrap Record breaking rallies – School Strike 4 Climate Unions Tas – Youth Forum invitation EducationHQ Unsung Heroes Awards 2019 Excursions and Risk Management 2019 Arthur Hamilton Award for...

AEU Tas eReporter News 30th August 2019

Click here to download printable pdf version Contents President’s Wrap 2019 Arthur Hamilton Award for Outstanding Contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Wear It Purple Day – 30 August LGBTIQ+ Resources and Support AEU Elections Principals...

AEU Tas eReporter News 14th August 2019

Contents President’s Wrap Rich School, Poor School New Educators National Conference Ulverstone, Launceston and Huon Valley Cluster Leader Trial New Educational Adjustments Disability Model Wear It Purple Day – 30 August AEU Elections Tell Upper House politicians the...

Teachers secure bargaining offer that wins for kids

After 10 long months of negotiating and campaigning, teachers have secured a new offer from Government that secures key workload wins and fair pay and strengthens quality education in Tasmania, the AEU said today. “Teachers have won workload fixes that allow for more...