Funding cuts to NSW public schools
Latest News Politics

NSW to cut school funding by $148 million

Funding cuts to NSW public schools could climb to $148 million, as part of an announcement from the state government this week.

queensland teacher resignations
Latest News

Queensland teacher resignations: 9000+ since pandemic

More than 55,000 teachers and 19,000 teacher aides are currently employed by Queensland’s Department of Education, across 1,264 state schools.

Principals school violence
Latest News

One in two principals face violence in schools

Physical violence against school principals has increased by nearly 80% since the Australian Catholic University started to collect data.

education guidelines teachers bmi
Culture News

Teachers told not to discuss BMI under education guidelines

Kylie Burton – a former teacher and eating disorder awareness campaigner – said there should not be a “one size fits all” approach to health education.

government scholarship new teachers
Economics Politics

Government scholarship could wipe new teachers’ student debt

The Federal Government has announced a scholarship program to attract more people to teaching amid growing concerns of a national shortage.

teacher recruitment campaign

Why the govt launched a teacher recruitment campaign

Federal, state and territory governments have launched a national recruitment campaign aimed at encouraging more people to become teachers.

Woman killed Sydney school

Young woman’s body found at Sydney school

A young woman is believed to have been killed after her body was found at the Sydney school where she worked.

south korea teacher protection

South Korea’s new teacher protection laws

South Korea has passed new teacher protection laws aimed at preventing mistreatment by parents.

NSW teachers pay rise
News Politics

First-year NSW teachers to earn $85k under new deal

Some NSW teachers will get a $10,000 pay rise under a new deal proposed by the State Government. One final approval is now needed.

The Daily Aus podcast
News Politics

Why NSW teachers are angry

The NSW Teachers Federation says it has been betrayed by the NSW Government in wage negotiations – and teachers are angry too. One teacher told us this is a “kick in the gut”, while someone else described it as a “slap in the face”.

In today’s deep dive we’ll explain what led to these negotiations breaking down, and what the Government is saying in response.

Listen to ‘Teachers told us they aren’t coping’.

Should paid work be added to teaching degrees
News Politics

Australia’s prospective teachers could have paid work added to their degrees under a government-backed plan

Should paid work be added to teaching degrees? Australia’s Education Ministers have backed a paid employment plan for prospective teachers.

Chris Minns Interview with TDA

TDA’s chat with NSW Labor Leader Chris Minns


NSW public school teachers will strike for 24 hours today

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