AEU Media Releases

Teachers accept offer with immediate return to negotiations

Teachers, principals and school psychologists have voted overwhelmingly to accept a government offer and return immediately to negotiations. An Australian Education Union member ballot was returned with 84 percent accepting the short-term offer of pay rises and back...

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One year offer disappoints teachers and fails students

TAFE Teachers and Support Staff working in schools and colleges across Tasmania have voted overwhelmingly to accept a government offer for pay rises and back pay. An Australian Education Union member ballot was returned with 88 percent of Education Support Personnel...

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TAFE teachers offer Government circuit breaker

A one year deal proposed by the Hodgman Government fails to deliver on individualised learning for Tasmanian students and workload relief for overstretched teachers. “The Government’s latest offer is a lower wage increase to school and college teachers and takes away...

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Teachers fix wage deal issues with affordable claim

Tasmanian TAFE teachers have today [Friday] written to the Premier with a fair and affordable offer to improve recruitment with workload fixes and fair pay, the AEU said today. “This new offer seeks to resolve the dispute over TAFE teachers’ workload and conditions,”...

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Unity ticket on teacher Offer fix

Tasmanian teachers, principals and school psychologists have put a fair and affordable claim to the Premier that fixes problems with the Government’s most recent Tasmanian Teachers Agreement offer. The new claim seeks to resolve the dispute over teachers’ workload and...

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Exeter High School received some well-deserved recognition in today's Examiner. ... See MoreSee Less

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'reduced its suspension rates by 68 percent after 'removing locker bays' and giving students a permanent classroom'. Hmmm.... I would've thought that the biggest way to reduce suspension rates is by not suspending them. The plus side of not suspending students and getting better suspension data is a sweet as article for the C.V and praise from the minister.

This could be interesting to look at Nikki JM Cheryl

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