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The AEU’s annual State of Our Schools survey released this week revealed that more than half of Tasmanian schools are under resourced.
Would you like to work in your union, based in the Hobart office, as an Organiser? We have a short-term vacancy from the start of Term II until the end of the year.
TAFE Executive has rejected the initial offer received from the State Government.
Negotiations are continuing with the employer for a new Teaching Service Agreement and progress remains slow.
Congratulations to the fabulous Pam Lane who is the only Tasmanian finalist to win one of the Australian Scholarship Group National Excellence in Teaching Awards (NEiTA) for 2016.
Make sure when you’re organising a union event, and intend to claim a function allowance, that you contact us to confirm how many AEU members are in your workplace.
The 2017 AEU Reps Conference will be held on the beautiful North West Coast in Devonport on Thursday and Friday, May 18th and 19th.
We, the AEU, are hosting a free English Stars workshop presented by former Tasmanian teacher Nathan Rutherford in April.
The DoE has announced that all kindergarten teachers will need to have specialised qualifications to align with the new National Quality Framework (NQF) for Early Childhood Education and Care.
Applications are now open for the Rosemary Richards Scholarship.