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Gonski – the final knock! Plus Oz Educator election special, Teachers Health special offer, New Educator Win, Vox Pop and more…
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Sunday Gonski Doorknock

It’s not too late to join the last big National Gonski Doorknock in Launceston for 2016.
 

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Get ready for Gonski Week

National Gonski Week starts on Sunday 19 June and, with the election just a week later, it could be the most important week ever – find out why…

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Teacher Transfer survey

The Teacher Transfer Agreement 2013 is soon to be under review so we are seeking input from AEU teacher members regarding any concerns or suggestions for how the Agreement might be improved.
 

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Teachers Health special offer

Join Teachers Health Fund before June 30 and choose your special offer!
 

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Benevolent Assistance

A reminder that we offer Benevolent Assistance to members who may be experiencing severe financial stress because of temporary hardship.

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New Educator Win


A New Educator member breathed a sigh of relief during the most recent holidays after a scare relating to their conversion to permanency status.
 
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Federal Women’s Conference – apply now


The 2016 AEU Federal Women’s Conference will be held in Melbourne on 8 & 9 October and this year’s theme is ‘Respect’. We will fund two people (AEU members) to attend the Conference and applications are now invited.
 
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Floods and Special Leave


We wrote to the Department of Education (DOE) with an urgent request that if you, as an employee, could not attend work because of a situation resulting from the devastating floods affecting many parts of Tasmania, then you should be able to access (paid) Special Leave.

 
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Hot off the Press


The Federal Election special of Australian Educator is in the post on the way to schools and colleges   and is packed with insights and information about the various parties’ plans for education. Be sure to get your copy (ask your Rep if you’ve not seen a copy) to learn all about policies that will shape your vote.

 
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Branch Councillor Vox Pop


In this edition we meet Branch Councillor Nicholas Clifford, a teacher at East Derwent Primary.
 
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Get Social!


If you are sick of wading through emails join the club - better still join the AEU on social media!
 
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