How to lift learning
for Tasmanian students
AEU Rep and Organiser shine a light on the need to better support early career educators.
AEU Rep Mark Kingsley presents what's needed to lift learning for all students with disability.
AEU First Nations Rep Judy Hunter talks the importance of more investment in indigenous education
Large class sizes are especially problematic when students are required to work with a range of potentially hazardous materials, or where the equipment and environment is potentially dangerous or limited.
Public schools have a proud tradition of inclusiveness and reflect society in all its richness and diversity.
The Government to develop a comprehensive and attractive package of incentives to ensure all schools in isolated and high-demand areas can attract and retain staff.
The Government needs to offer salary packages that are competitive with other states and territories to attract and retain the quality educators.
Improve leave arrangements and support for First Nation educators involved in cultural activities inside and outside of school.
Schools to be provided with enough staffing to enable Principals to dedicate more time to their core work of improving teaching and learning at their school.
Extend the dedicated time for new teachers to receive feedback and support to those in their third year of teaching.
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The Australian Education Union (AEU) representsTasmanian teachers, ESP/support staff, principals and other professionals at schools, colleges, TasTAFE and DoE. Now is a great time to join the union that stands for public education and fights for every child and every member. With your support and voice we can achieve big wins for Tasmania’s educators and students.