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“The Independent Education Union of Australia welcomes the Labor Party’s announcement today guaranteeing funding certainty for Australia’s schools for the next funding quadrennium,” said Lynne Rolley, Federal Secretary of the Independent Education Union of Australia. “Forty two billion dollars is on the table for school…
"Wages rates published on the federal government's WorkChoices website would mean wage cuts of up to 30% for casual teacher employed in English Colleges across the country" said Independent Education Union (IEU) Assistant Federal Secretary Chris Watt. "The wage rates published by the government are…
“Education for knowledge and skills is critical to understanding and addressing key social, political and environmental issues, and is crucial to future national economic prosperity” said Independent Education Union Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley. “The ‘Future of Schooling in Australia’ report generally provides a sound framework…
“The OECD ‘Education at a Glance 2007’ Report is unfortunately, and once again, an indictment on the Howard government’s incapacity to ensure that Australia’s education system is adequately resourced to be competitive in the globalised economy,” said Independent Education Union Federal Secretary Lynne Rolley. “Given…
The IEUA Federal Executive endorsed policy on the recognition of accomplished teachers at its meeting on Friday 14 September. "The policy builds on consultation with members, the industrial work of IEUA branches over many years, sound principles and international experience" said IEUA Federal Secretary Lynne…
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