Support for members affected by bushfires
For many, the start to 2020 was dominated by bushfires. The AEU has been visiting members in affected areas throughout Term 1, to check on their welfare and inform them about the AEU bushfire relief fund.
TAFE & Adult Provision
Learning the language of country
Institutions need to learn to tread a little lighter on country if they want students to truly understand the land they work in, as one semi-retired TAFE teacher explains.
Trump’s education system: rotten to the core
US education secretary Betsy DeVos is part of a Trump administration seeking to destroy the basis of American democracy from the inside out, writes GUY RUNDLE.
Latest issue out now
Australia's public education system is open to everyone. That's why it deserves the support of every Australian. AEU members working in public education continue to do the heavy lifting within the education system, doing more with less, fighting for equity, and seeking the best possible outcomes for their students, often against the odds. Read more in our Term 2, 2023 edition of AEU News.View Latest Edition