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The Independent Education Union of Australia condemns a report released by the Centre for Independent Studies, which advocates fees for public school students from high-income families.        Federal Secretary Chris Watt said the non-government teachers union was bewildered by the assertion that less…
Despite already making a financial commitment to the provision of quality education, parents and school communities will face the additional burden of financing the demand for new schools. Independent Education Union of Australia Federal Secretary Chris Watt said the Gonski report had called for additional…
The Independent Education Union of Australia welcomes a new opportunity for review of current reporting and accountability requirements on Australian Schools.   Federal Secretary Chris Watt said the non-government teachers' union was supportive of possible legislative amendments that would reduce regulatory burden on members and…
Education International is launching a global survey to assess the conditions in which teaching and learning occur and how they impact the quality of education. The survey is an effort to ensure that the global debate on education reflects the reality of the classroom and…
The Independent Education Union of Australia today applauds the Catholic School’s Office for their sincere and generous commitment to establish a bursary scheme for refugee students. Read the IEUA's full release here.
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