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AUSTRALIAN CHILDREN AT RISK OF BEING LEFT BEHIND ON EARLY LEARNING

20 Sep 2021

Children are at risk of being left behind, the Australian Education Union warned, as new OECD data shows Australia’s poor performance on early learning.

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PUBLIC SCHOOLS UNDERFUNDED AND TEACHERS UNDERPAID, OECD DATA SHOWS

17 Sep 2021

Findings in the OECD’s Education at a Glance 2021 released today show Australia continues to fall behind its OECD peers when it comes to investment into public education. The findings highlight the critical need to invest in public schools, address escalating workloads and increase teacher salaries by a substantial margin, the Australian Education Union says.

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AMEP OUTCOMES BASED FUNDING MODEL WOULD BE A FAIL FOR MIGRANTS AND EDUCATORS: AEU

14 Sep 2021

The Australian Education Union has rejected a proposed outcomes based Australian Migrant English Program funding model, in a submission to the Department of Home Affairs.

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EDUCATION MINISTERS MUST PRIORITISE SCHOOL COVID-19 RECOVERY PLANNING: AEU

3 Sep 2021

The AEU is calling on Education Ministers to urgently develop a national plan for school COVID-19 recovery as a priority agenda item for the Education Ministers meeting today.

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AEU REJECTS ANY EXPANSION OF SCHOOL CHAPLAINS

2 Sep 2021

The Australian Education Union would fiercely reject any expansion of the school chaplaincy program, Federal President Correna Haythorpe has warned.

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AVOID SIMPLISTIC CONCLUSIONS FROM 2021 NAPLAN

25 Aug 2021

Political leaders should avoid drawing simplistic conclusions from the NAPLAN results released today, according to the Australian Education Union.

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