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Thu 02nd Apr 2020

Response to the federal government’s early childhood package

INDEPENDENT EDUCATION UNION (ULTIMO)
485-501 WATTLE STREET, ULTIMO NSW 2007
Mon 13th Apr 2015

Latest Response from IEU to CCER

INDEPENDENT EDUCATION UNION (ULTIMO)
485-501 WATTLE STREET, ULTIMO NSW 2007
Tue 24th Jun 2014

Members Voting Across NSW

INDEPENDENT EDUCATION UNION (ULTIMO)
485-501 WATTLE STREET, ULTIMO NSW 2007
Mon 17th Feb 2020

Evaluating Proficient Teacher Accreditation Focus Groups

INDEPENDENT EDUCATION UNION (ULTIMO)
485-501 WATTLE STREET, ULTIMO NSW 2007

Latest news

  • Give us a break - don't cut our pay

    News of the NSW Government’s imposition of a “pay freeze” has been met with dismay by IEU members.

    29 May 2020
  • Urgent petition: Public sector pay cut announced

    In shock news, the current NSW Government has announced a pay cut for all public sectors workers in our state.

    29 May 2020
  • COAG Universal Funding review

    A call to guarantee five years of Commonwealth funding for guaranteed access to preschool is overdue recognition of the critical role Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) has in providing equity of opportunity for all children to get the best start to their education.

    27 May 2020
  • Confirmed coronavirus cases in Sydney schools

    The media yesterday reported two Sydney school closures, Waverley and Moriah Colleges, due to confirmed coronavirus cases amongst the student cohort. Instances like these will only increase as students increasingly make their way back into classrooms, and regular school operations resume.

    27 May 2020
  • Bargaining update for Model B and Model C Catholic independent schools

    The union met with the Catholic Commission for Employment Relations (CCER) on Thursday 21 May to discuss new enterprise agreements for teachers and support staff in approximately 30 Catholic independent schools covered by Model B and Model C Enterprise Agreements.

    26 May 2020
  • National Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week begins

    Today is National Sorry Day, held on 26 May each year, and is an important reminder to acknowledge and recognise members of the Stolen Generation. National Reconciliation Week starts this Wednesday, 27 May.

    26 May 2020
  • Emergency Town Hall meeting on Childcare in Australia

    You are invited to an emergency Town Hall meeting on the future of childcare and early learning.

    25 May 2020
  • Extension granted for Experienced Teacher accreditation

    As a result of COVID-19 disruptions, ISTAA has extended the submission date for Band 2 - 3 portfolios.

    25 May 2020
  • Stop the "snap back" ending free childcare

    Australian families have been enjoying free child care for six weeks now, but the Government will decide next week whether ‘free childcare’ will be switched off at the end of June.

    22 May 2020
  • ACT Catholic systemic schools EA Update: Pay rise due

    A pay rise was due for teachers in NSW and for support staff and principals in both NSW and the ACT in January 2020. For teachers in the ACT a pay rise will be due from July 2020. Additional pay increases will also occur in 2021 under the enterprise agreement applying to teachers in ACT government schools and under awards applying to employees in NSW government schools.

    21 May 2020

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