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The Globe and Mail
Globe and Mail dominates 2015 National Newspaper Awardswho served in Afghanistan. Politics: Adrian Morrow for coverage of secret paym
Globe and Mail dominates 2015 National Newspaper Awards
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
who served in Afghanistan. Politics: Adrian Morrow for coverage of secret payments to the Ontario Secondary Schools Teachers’ Federation by the provincial Liberal government. Arts and Entertainment: Greg McArthur, Kate Taylor and Jacquie... Read more
18h
Daily Examiner
Politics in the Pub: Education funding is keymost working families can't and it's impossible for people on low incomes." Re
Politics in the Pub: Education funding is key
Daily Examiner / Posted 18 hours ago
most working families can't and it's impossible for people on low incomes." Regional Organiser for the Mid North Coast NSW Teachers Federation, Ian Watson was supposed to address the audience about Gonski but got stuck in Sydney due delays at the... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Sudbury-Manitoulin school bus coordinators reach agreement with services consortiumTORONTO—The Sudbury Student Services Consortium (SSSC) and District 3, Rainbow
Sudbury-Manitoulin school bus coordinators reach agreement with services consortium
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted yesterday
TORONTO—The Sudbury Student Services Consortium (SSSC) and District 3, Rainbow (Board) of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF/FEESO), representing the Consortium’s route planners and technology specialists, have reached a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Focus on education fundingwhy he’s not supporting the Gonski funding, and, on that basis, why he’s lettin
Focus on education funding
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
why he’s not supporting the Gonski funding, and, on that basis, why he’s letting down local schools.” Peel High School NSW Teachers’ Federation representative Greg Parker said New England had some of the state’s poorest postcodes. “We understand... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Rumore, BTF leader for 35 years, is honored by state teachers unionIn his more than three decades leading the Buffalo Teachers Federation, Philip
Rumore, BTF leader for 35 years, is honored by state teachers union
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
In his more than three decades leading the Buffalo Teachers Federation, Philip Rumore has become one of the most influential and controversial figures in the city’s education landscape. He has gone to great lengths – even jail – to fight for... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Grafton schools rally behind Gonski fundingbackground, no matter where they go to school has the help that they need." Re
Grafton schools rally behind Gonski funding
Daily Examiner / Posted 3 days ago
background, no matter where they go to school has the help that they need." Regional Organiser the the Mid Noth Coast NSW Teachers Federation Ian Watson said the Gonksi reforms were the key to unmet needs in schools across the country. "It... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Give up on TAFE, give up on city: protest over cutsand students in Tamworth. Photo: Barry Smith 240516BSC06 Opposition skills spo
Give up on TAFE, give up on city: protest over cuts
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 4 days ago
and students in Tamworth. Photo: Barry Smith 240516BSC06 Opposition skills spokeswoman Prue Carr said analysis by the NSW Teachers Federation estimated $7 million had been cut from New England institutes in the form of 81 sacked employees, in the... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW teachers say ‘full Gonski’ a mustTHE NSW Teachers’ Federation (NSWTF) said a powerful message was delivered to N
NSW teachers say ‘full Gonski’ a must
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 8 days ago
THE NSW Teachers’ Federation (NSWTF) said a powerful message was delivered to New England candidates at their education forum – “New England kids need the full Gonski”. WE NEED IT: NSWTF deputy president Gary Zadkovich said it was clear there was... Read more
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dna
Teest Setalvad files: Court extends CBI custody of MHA official Anand Joshisaid some of these organisations are Care India, Snehalya Charitable Trust, Ind
Teest Setalvad files: Court extends CBI custody of MHA official Anand Joshi
dna / Posted 8 days ago
said some of these organisations are Care India, Snehalya Charitable Trust, Indian HIV/AIDS Alliance and All India Primary Teachers Federation and alleged that the representatives of some of these organisations were called and Joshi demanded and... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Island school bus drivers set to strikewill be in a legal strike position as early as May 23. SSSC employees are repr
Island school bus drivers set to strike
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 8 days ago
will be in a legal strike position as early as May 23. SSSC employees are represented by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) and received a “no board” report from the Ministry of Labour on May 6. The employees have... Read more
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BC Local News
Surrey Historical Society fights to keep Anniedale School from ‘rotting away’of Historic Places and was dedicated to the children of Surrey in 1987. “It is
Surrey Historical Society fights to keep Anniedale School from ‘rotting away’
BC Local News / Posted 9 days ago
of Historic Places and was dedicated to the children of Surrey in 1987. “It is crucial that the community including teachers, past and present, students and their parents appreciate Anniedale’s potential and help save it from neglect and... Read more
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SameSame
From one gay Aboriginal to anotherinequalities the world over. Tim Blackman is a high school teacher in western
From one gay Aboriginal to another
SameSame / Posted 9 days ago
inequalities the world over. Tim Blackman is a high school teacher in western Sydney, a councilor on the New South Wales Teachers Federation council, and the Senior Vice President of St Marys/Mt Druitt Teachers Association. He says he’s not a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Buffalo School Board members send Cash back to do more work on budgetbudget. Instead, he said, the district would be better off using the fund balan
Buffalo School Board members send Cash back to do more work on budget
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 days ago
budget. Instead, he said, the district would be better off using the fund balance to settle the contract with the Buffalo Teachers Federation. If the district takes care of the teachers contract, he added, everything else will fall into... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Gonski’s Milton truck stopTeachers Federation asks parents and primary school staff to campaign for educa
Gonski’s Milton truck stop
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
Teachers Federation asks parents and primary school staff to campaign for education funding. Milton Public School principal Mark Thomson says it is unfortunate that Gonski school education funding has become a political issue when it didn’t need... Read more
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CBC.ca
Ontario government gave $22M to teachers' unions since 2000 with 'no strings attached'Ontario's auditor general says the Liberal government has given teachers' union
Ontario government gave $22M to teachers' unions since 2000 with 'no strings attached'
CBC.ca / Posted 10 days ago
Ontario's auditor general says the Liberal government has given teachers' unions more than $80 million since 2000, about a quarter of that with "no strings attached." Bonnie Lysyk had been asked to investigate $3.8 million the government paid unions... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ontario pays education unions $22-million since 2000 with ‘no strings attached’: A-Grather than giving the money to unions,” Ms. Lysyk said in a release. The Audi
Ontario pays education unions $22-million since 2000 with ‘no strings attached’: A-G
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
rather than giving the money to unions,” Ms. Lysyk said in a release. The Auditor-General report on government payments to teachers’ unions is a result of all three parties on a legislative committee voting unanimously to have her investigate... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
APS cutting 82 teacher positions to make up for budget shortfallwith these horribly thin budgets, to actually do what's best for kids,” said El
APS cutting 82 teacher positions to make up for budget shortfall
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 10 days ago
with these horribly thin budgets, to actually do what's best for kids,” said Ellen Bernstein, president of the Albuquerque Teachers Federation. According to district administrators, part of the reason for the shortfall is declining enrollment and... Read more
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The Tyee
Why Are BC's Independent Schools Getting So Much Money?B.C. has been subsidizing independent schools since 1977. St. George's photo vi
Why Are BC's Independent Schools Getting So Much Money?
The Tyee / Posted 11 days ago
B.C. has been subsidizing independent schools since 1977. St. George's photo via Wikimedia Commons. BC Teachers' Federation posts on Facebook -- more than a dozen in May -- usually get a few dozen likes or shares. ''This year, B.C. gave $358... Read more
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dna
Home ministry official remanded to police custody(CBI) alleges that non-government organisations (NGOs) like Care India, Snehala
Home ministry official remanded to police custody
dna / Posted 11 days ago
(CBI) alleges that non-government organisations (NGOs) like Care India, Snehalaya Charitable Trust, All India Primary Teachers Federation (AIPTF) and Indian HIV/AIDS Alliance among others were targeted for bribes by Anand Joshi, the home... Read more
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The Hindu
Missing Teesta files: Joshi was after several NGOssocial activist Teesta Setalvad, had also sent arbitrary notices to Public Heal
Missing Teesta files: Joshi was after several NGOs
The Hindu / Posted 11 days ago
social activist Teesta Setalvad, had also sent arbitrary notices to Public Health Foundation of India and All India Primary Teachers Federation for allegedly flouting FCRA norms. Investigators have identified the names of more than 14 NGOs whom Mr.... Read more
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The Economic Times
Home Ministry Under Secretary Anand Joshi sent notices to at least 14 NGOs in October-November 2015him and NGOs." Other NGOs that were issued notices include Maha Bodhi Society o
Home Ministry Under Secretary Anand Joshi sent notices to at least 14 NGOs in October-November 2015
The Economic Times / Posted 12 days ago
him and NGOs." Other NGOs that were issued notices include Maha Bodhi Society of India, Kolkata, and All India Primary Teachers Federation, New Delhi. Gurgaon-based PHFI was issued notices in November 2015 for alleged FCRA violation worth Rs... Read more
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The Hindu
MHA official Anand Joshi sent to 5-days CBI custodysaid some of these organisations are Care India, Snehalya Charitable Trust, Ind
MHA official Anand Joshi sent to 5-days CBI custody
The Hindu / Posted 12 days ago
said some of these organisations are Care India, Snehalya Charitable Trust, Indian HIV/AIDS Alliance and All India Primary Teachers Federation and alleged that the representatives of some of these organisations were called and Joshi demanded and... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Time to give a GonskiWith the federal election less than seven weeks away the NSW Teachers Federatio
Time to give a Gonski
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 days ago
With the federal election less than seven weeks away the NSW Teachers Federation has stepped up its campaign to encourage voters to support candidates who back Gonski needs-based education funding. IT'S TIME: NSW Teachers Federation president Maurie... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ontario teachers urged to withdraw own kids from standardized testsThe union representing Ontario’s elementary school teachers is encouraging its
Ontario teachers urged to withdraw own kids from standardized tests
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
The union representing Ontario’s elementary school teachers is encouraging its members to request that their own children not participate in standardized testing. A memo sent to public elementary school teachers this month outlines how educators can... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Union claims Joyce is failing studentsTHE NSW Teachers’ Federation has accused New England MP Barnaby Joyce of failin
Union claims Joyce is failing students
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 13 days ago
THE NSW Teachers’ Federation has accused New England MP Barnaby Joyce of failing the electorate’s students by not attending a community forum in Tamworth tomorrow on the Gonski funding initiatives. THE NSW Teachers’ Federation has accused New... Read more
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The Courier
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
The Courier / Posted 13 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Kiama Independent
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Kiama Independent / Posted 13 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Manning River Times
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Manning River Times / Posted 13 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 13 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Enforced maths ‘will switch kids off’which the federal government wants introduced within a decade, has already hit
Enforced maths ‘will switch kids off’
Daily Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
which the federal government wants introduced within a decade, has already hit its first major hurdle with the NSW Teachers Federation declaring it would be opposed to the move. In a scathing attack, federation president Maurie Mulheron... Read more
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The Age
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Teachers at correctional centre to lose their jobshave their jobs after the state government announced jobs would go as part of a
Teachers at correctional centre to lose their jobs
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
have their jobs after the state government announced jobs would go as part of an educational reform in state prisons. NSW Teachers Federation Deputy Secretary Maxine Sharkey said of more than 150 positions, only 20 were likely to remain, in what... Read more
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The Border Mail
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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The Young Witness
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Western Advocate
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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The North West Star
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The schools that could swing the federal electionand teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. Rea
The schools that could swing the federal election
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
and teachers whose political antennae could be trained on education policy. ReachTEL polling commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation last month showed a majority of voters (between 52 and 58 per cent) in Macquarie, Lindsay and four other... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Joyce told to explain himselfTHE NSW Teachers Federation has accused New England MP Barnaby Joyce of failing
Joyce told to explain himself
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
THE NSW Teachers Federation has accused New England MP Barnaby Joyce of failing the electorate’s students by not attending a community forum in Tamworth next week on the Gonski funding initiatives. THE NSW Teachers Federation has accused New England... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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The Border Mail
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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The North West Star
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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The Courier
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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Kiama Independent
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
Kiama Independent / Posted 16 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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Manning River Times
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 16 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exambeen concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitivenes
NAPLAN 2016: Parent says school asked student to sit out exam
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
been concerned that standardised testing could lead to increased competitiveness between schools. The President of the NSW Teachers' Federation, Maurie Mulheron, said that concerns about students being asked to withdraw from testing had been... Read more
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