Supporting Safe Schools

There are a variety of tools and resources available to assist schools to become more supportive of sexual diversity and to promote student wellbeing for everyone. National Safe Schools Framework The National Safe Schools...

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Premier pay offer to public service

In case you missed our email update on Wednesday, Premier Will Hodgman made a surprise announcement in Parliament that he was writing to public sector unions with a new formal offer on wages.

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DoE Teachers Offer update

In addition to considering the Premier’s surprise last-minute pay offer to all public sector workers (see top story), Branch Council has been tasked with working on a DOE teacher counteroffer at its meeting today (Friday, 14 June).

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TAFE Teachers EB update

Progress has been very slow with the TAFE Teachers EB as it has been with the Support Staff Agreement (affecting our Support Staff members in TasTAFE) and the government continues to drag its heels on both.

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AEU win on Lab Techs

Thanks to the great work of AEU member leaders, the State Government has now allocated $3 million over four years to provide an additional 9.3 full-time equivalent laboratory technician staffing allocations, in secondary schools (including extension schools) and colleges.

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AEU win for TAFE teacher

We’ve had another big win for a TasTAFE teacher who has now received two years of overtime payments (2017-2018) for teaching timetabled night classes!

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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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