The Guardian • teachers

Issue #2014

Gender pay gap remains a national shame

Australia’s gender pay gap remains deeply entrenched thanks to a decade of indifference from the previous Liberal government. That’s according to the latest data released...

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Quill and ink . Issue #2087


Dear Comrade Editor, I am covered by a couple of unions in my role as an adult teacher of English language and literacy. I love...

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Issue #2032

We demand more for teachers

Education was one of the industries most effected by the COVID-19 pandemic with teachers experiencing some of the worst workplace conditions with inadequate resources. But...

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Global briefs Issue #2094


CUBA: Cuban-American members of the US House of Representatives Mario Diaz-Balart (R-Fl) and Maria Elvira Salazar (R-Fl) have proposed new sanctions against Cuba, reaffirming the...

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Issue #2006

Teachers’ Federation rally – Sydney

“MORE THAN THANKS”, the message that over 15,000 teachers had for the NSW government and specifically for NSW Premier Dominic Perrotet at Hyde Park on...

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Issue #2003

More support for teachers needed

While the Morrison government acts as if the pandemic is for all intents and purposes  over, workers on the frontlines know that this is far from...

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Issue #2014

Workers across New South Wales fight for their rights!

Over the last two weeks, intense industrial action has been taken against the Perrottet government. Having held a mass meeting at Sydney’s Town Hall, The...

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Issue #2041

Mass protest to defend UK workers’ right to strike

Up to half a million British teachers, civil servants, and train drivers walked out over pay in the largest coordinated strike action for a decade...

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Issue #2049

Education: Labor kicks the can down the road

2023 is the year the Albanese government was expected to deliver on its election commitment for public schools to have a pathway to a minimum...

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Class room. Issue #2068

Commit to education

There exists significant disparity in educational outcomes throughout Australia. Funding for education must be prioritised to deliver inclusive, quality public education for all and the...

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Students studying. Issue #2065

For every child

The Australian Education Union has launched a national campaign to secure the full funding of public schools. The “For Every Child” campaign aims to secure...

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Outside of the Reserve Bank of Australia, a solitary man sits. Issue #2053

The facts about wage rises and inflation

There has been no shortage of news headlines, big business and government warnings that a wages breakout will cause inflation: “Teachers’ rise a risk to...

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Students Issue #2093

TAFE teachers move towards stop work action, industrial bans

Victorian TAFE teachers are one step closer to industrial action – including possible stop work action – after an application for a protected action ballot...

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