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Public schools to miss out on billions thanks to Morrison’s shonky deals


Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s appalling bilateral school funding agreements with the states and territories mean public schools in those jurisdictions will...
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RMIT meeting schedule


Meeting details Brunswick Campus, Dawson Street Thursday 6 December 11.30pm Building 514, conference room off staff room...
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AEU welcomes Victorian education ministerial appointments


Premier Daniel Andrews’ announcement that Deputy Premier James Merlino will retain the education portfolio, including early childhood, and Gail Tierney is...
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VET reform must start with TAFE funding boost


The Morrison government must immediately reverse funding cuts to Australia’s TAFE system if it is serious about addressing issues in the Vocational Education...
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AEU welcomes Andrews Government plan to fund public education


The Australian Education Union says the weekend's state election result shows Victorian voters want a state government with a plan to fund preschools,...
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Report: 85% of private schools getting more public funding than public schools


A new report revealing that 85 percent of private schools around Australia in 2016 received more public funding than public schools is yet more evidence of...
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AEU welcomes Labor plan to train 7,000 new preschool teachers and educators


The Australian Education Union in Victoria has welcomed Victorian Labor’s commitment to train 7,000 new preschool teachers and educators. Today’s...
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AEU welcomes Vic Labor investment in new schools & preschools


The Australian Education Union Victorian Branch welcomes Daniel Andrews’ $850 million commitment to build new schools and preschools to meet growing demand...
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New tool allows voters to see impact of Labor schools funding


At the next federal election, voters will be able to make an informed decision about between continuing the Morrison government’s billion-dollar cuts to...
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National teacher survey gives thumbs down to NAPLAN


Nearly nine out of 10 public school teachers say that NAPLAN is ineffective as a method of assessing students, according to the latest State of our Schools ...
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