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Tasmanian students saved from NAPLAN chaos

Tasmanian students have been saved from the disaster around NAPLAN Online this week. Around one million students in other states sat NAPLAN tests in May with almost 200,000 doing the test online for the first time. Tasmanian students did not participate but are...

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AEU welcomes TASC response to independent audit on exam marking

The AEU Senior Colleges Committee of Management (SCCOM) has today welcomed the Office of Tasmanian Assessment, Standards and Certification (TASC)’s response to the independent audit of their external assessment processes. AEU members called for an external review into...

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AEU members launch their EBA Logs of Claims

Today the AEU Tasmania Branch Executive is submitting the AEU Log of Claims to the Department of Education and TasTAFE. The Log of Claims launches the EB campaign to recruit and retain the best and brightest teachers and support staff and recognise educators for the...

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AEU welcomes Labor’s plan to review NAPLAN

Public calls to review NAPLAN have reverberated across the nation, and today’s announcement by the Hon. Tanya Plibersek MP of Labor backing such a review is a welcome acknowledgement of the teaching profession’s concerns.

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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.

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Glen Dhu Primary School held a special lunch to thank their support staff for being so dePENdable and have them each a shiny pen as a token of their gratitude. Happy Support Staff Week all! #politas ...

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