Education cuts and neglect from the Morrison Government have created mounting pressure on the State Budget to deliver adequate resourcing for Tasmania’s students, the Australian
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A new report has warned that an urgent investment in TAFE by the Federal Government is critical to solve the alarming workforce shortages in Australia’s
The Australian Education Union will fiercely defend initial teacher education from any Morrison Government attacks on hard won quality standards, Federal President Correna Haythorpe said.
ESP Day is celebrated on 16 May each year. Every day, education support staff work to keep our schools running, support our students to learn and our
Report slams Morrison Government record – Tasmanian public school students missing $1,268 every year
The extent of the Morrison Government’s neglectful underfunding and savage cuts to Tasmanian public schools has been laid bare in a new report, which also highlights
The Morrison Government has awarded private schools more than $10 billion of extra funding in its term while leaving 99 per cent of public schools
The Australian Education Union says increased teacher and staff absences in schools show the Rockliff Government is in denial about the scale of disruption to student learning this year.
AEU LAUNCHES MOBILE BILLBOARD DEMANDING FULL AND FAIR FUNDING FOR NORTHERN TASMANIA’S PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The Australian Education Union is launching a mobile billboard in Ulverstone to kickstart its election campaign demanding full and proper funding for Northern Tasmania’s public schools from
The state’s failed COVID plan has Tasmania’s schools at breaking point, data shows, with weekly teacher absences higher than 80 in some schools. Tasmanian schools
The State Government’s continuation of COVID school safety measures, while welcome, repeats a plan that has delivered the chaos and disruption schools have experienced in