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Home > News > Professional Issues > Professional Issues Volume 4

Professional Issues Volume 4

November 2015

Professional Issues: a quarterly bulletin alerting you to emerging issues in education and our representation of your professional concerns.

Inquiry submission to support older workers and those with disability
An Inquiry is currently underway to investigate employment opportunities for older workers and those with disability. Read more

The vicious cycle of education reform
The constant push for reform by government-appointed bodies and private enterprises that appear to have no understanding of the true nature of practicing teachers’ work is wearing thin on education professionals. Read more

IEUA-QNT members invited to join in collaborative project to address teacher stress
An online survey has been developed as part of a wider research into the causes of educator stress across different sectors and ages. Read more

AITSL excludes teachers’ union voice
The IEUA-QNT and the Queensland Teachers’ Union (QTU) have both withdrawn support for AITSL initiatives after the previous Federal Education Minister chose to exclude the teachers’ union voice from the body. Read more  

New national curriculum changes endorsed
After all states agreed to recommendations by the National Curriculum Review, significant changes to the national curriculum were endorsed by the federal government’s Education Council. Read more 

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Authorised by Terry Burke, Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland & Northern Territory Branch, Brisbane.