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Home > News > Professional Issues > Professional Issues Volume 11

Professional Issues Volume 11

August 2017

Professional Issues: a quarterly bulletin of the professional issues facing our sector and our representation of your professional concerns. 

Campaign seeks to empower Elders as storytellers

Family and community engagement is essential in increasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kindergarten enrolment.

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Teachers’ professional judgement overlooked as NAPLAN results take centre stage

Critical judgement of teachers is far more valuable than the outcomes of a national test. 

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QCT to enter into voluntary agreements with teachers regarding minor disciplinary matters

New legislative changes see the regulatory body more involved in matters relating to minor disciplinary action. 

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Independent review into regional, rural and remote education seeking feedback

Independent review provides opportunity for members to give feedback on what is frustrating their ability to provide quality education to students in these areas.

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Teacher burnout: survey to investigate causality 

Members are encouraged to participate in new study aiming to investigate the main causes of teacher burnout – an issue that has long characterised the profession.

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