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Public hearings in VET Inquiry start
VET Inquiry public hearings commence
Schools to open all day Friday – strike action averted
Liberals fail students and teachers
Ministers get it wrong on master’s degree
Divisive Bullying Banned in Education Discussions
AEU Backs Greens’ Bill to Lift Public School Funding Cap
Greens to Lift 20% Cap on Federal School Funding
AEU to support ‘yes’ campaign for Voice to Parliament
Cheaper Childcare in Australia Set to Improve, Challenges Remain
Early years summit: its time to re-imagine early years
ROGS 2023: no better time than now to invest in public education
NSRA review: failed opportunity to address inequitable school funding
Public School Funding: AEU President Correna Haythorpe Speaks Out
Another huge year for growing ACT public education system
Ministerial Reference Group – Universities Accord
Teachers urged to vote
New federal South Australian skills agreement delivers for TAFE
Premier insults Tasmanian school staff
Union action forces school closures, but exams will go ahead
Draft National teacher workforce Action plan released
Katherine teachers to get new housing support scheme
Federal budget sets Standard for TAFE funding, public school funding remains critical missing piece of puzzle
Australia’s public education funding slashed during pandemic
Inequitable school funding creates inequitable school outcomes
TAFE finally gets its due this National TAFE Day
Aeu welcomes $1.1 billion TAFE announcement
NT schools will remain open during teacher strike action
Why NT is next Green battleground
IEU members support AEU members striking to protect profession
Darwin and Palmerston schools will remain open during teacher strike action
NTEU and AEU condemn Swinburne university of Technology’s attack on employees
AEU statement on Jobs and skills Australia
Schools review must consider funding: aeu
AEU welcomes reform of Chaplaincy program
AEU wrong on Safeguarding Children Budget funding
Assembly calls for update on teacher shortage taskforce
AEU welcomes new education ministers
AEU welcomes new federal Labor government
Morrison’s special deals for private schools total more than $10 billion: report
AEU launches mobile billboard in Ulverstone demanding full and fair funding for Northern Tasmania’s public schools
Johnathan Davis throws support behind Calwell High School
Record funding cuts: $559 million taken from public schools
Morrison’s budget deplorable failure for public education
TAFE is solution to nation’s skills woes
Update on Teachers Industrial Agreement
Stuart Robert’s report card says F for fail after his insulting dig at public school teachers
Labor’s consent education plan meaningful commitment towards violence prevention