AEU welcomes Premier’s appeal to parents

The AEU strongly backs Premier Peter Gutwein’s call for parents to keep students at home from Monday 30th March, where they are able to supervise and support their learning. “We welcome the Premier’s acknowledgement of the stress that teachers have been under, many of...

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Information

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Union welcomes withdrawal of education cuts

The Australian Education Union today welcomed the Gutwein Government’s withdrawal of their planned $109 million of cuts to education. “It shouldn’t take widespread outrage from parents and educators and a global pandemic to stop a government slashing Tasmanian kids’...

New Agreement Update (PSUWA)

I’m excited to let you know that after a long wait, we are getting close to having the new PSUWA support staff Agreement ready to take into the Tasmanian Industrial Commission for registration. You had the opportunity to vote in the ballot last year, but other unions...

AEU Tas eReporter News 17th February 2020

Click here to download printable pdf version Contents President’s Wrap Teachers Agreement implementation and working groups Employee Assistance for tough times Introducing Leeanne Clifford, Southern Organiser Ruby Clifford, stepping up as Membership Officer Steve...

Violence against teachers demands budget response

Teachers have been facing unacceptably high levels of violence for years and deserve an urgent budget response from the government to deliver more professional support staff, according to their union, the AEU. “The Australian Education Union has been demanding more...