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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
Fri 01st May 2020

New ways of doing things in an early childhood setting

INDEPENDENT EDUCATION UNION (ULTIMO)
485-501 WATTLE STREET, ULTIMO NSW 2007
Mon 04th May 2020

Why the coronavirus is a crisis for women

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

Latest news

  • No asbestos in COVID-19 relief

    Help us stop COVID-19 health and economic stimulus funding from going to asbestos products.

    7 Jul 2020
  • Vote 'Yes' - Independent Christian Schools NSW (Support and Operational Staff) MEA 2019

    The Association of Independent Schools has finalised a new Multi-Enterprise Agreement (MEA) to apply to support staff in nine NSW Christian Schools. This MEA has been negotiated with the IEU. Seven of the nine schools are part of the Pacific Group of Schools.

    30 Jun 2020
  • EA bargaining update - Catholic systemic schools

    The union continued bargaining for a Catholic Systemic Schools Enterprise Agreement this afternoon with representatives from the Catholic Commission for Employment Relations (CCER).

    26 Jun 2020
  • AIS bargaining update

    The AIS has advised that bargaining for teachers and support staff in AIS schools will not commence before mid to late August. The AIS is continuing to consult with member schools concerning pay rises for 2021 and beyond.

    25 Jun 2020
  • No uni fee hikes - save the humanities!

    The National Union of Students are organising an emergency protest on Friday 26 June to protest the federal government’s decision to bring in sweeping changes to higher education funding which will increase fees for courses in humanities, law and commerce.

    24 Jun 2020
  • NSW Curriculum Review: Why the rush?

    The IEU believes the timeline the NSW Government has declared for implementing the NSW Curriculum Review, led by Professor Geoff Masters, is not achievable. The union is also concerned that the Berejiklian government’s “back to basics” response to this complex and extensive report is too simplistic

    23 Jun 2020
  • What is arbitration - and why do we need it?

    As part of our claim for a new Enterprise Agreement for Catholic independent schools (Model B and Model C), the union is insisting upon a disputes procedures clause, allowing members the guaranteed right to access arbitration.

    22 Jun 2020
  • FWC minimum wage review

    The Fair Work Commission decided on Friday to lift the minimum wage by 1.75%, as part of the annual minimum wage review.

    22 Jun 2020
  • New survey on how families experience ECEC

    This week The Front Project released findings from a survey of over 1000 parents and carers of young children who shared their experiences with early childhood education and care (ECEC) during COVID-19.

    19 Jun 2020
  • A call for more support for ECL during COVID-19 – Jodie Harrison MP, Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Learning

    The NSW Shadow Minister for Early Childhood Learning has sent a letter to educators and early education and care providers, indicating her wishes for greater support for ECL during COVID-19.

    19 Jun 2020

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