Breaking down the financials
When it comes to pay rises, the outcomes are in the detail. Here is a breakdown of the significant salary benefits that teachers can expect over the course of the Agreement.
Lack of consultation on latest assessment initiative
There are serious concerns about the workload involved in new online assessment tools, and considerably more consultation is needed before we progress to the next stage of testing.
DIY mentorships in disability and early childhood education
Mentorships don’t have to be formal or even particularly structured. The AEU meets members creating their own versions of skills exchange on the job.
Latest issue out now
For anyone working in public education right now, front of mind are workload, salaries and conditions, and critical workforce shortages. With the re-election of a Labor government in Victoria, we celebrate some historic campaign wins and look at the ongoing challenges in schools, TAFEs and kindergartens. Read more in our Term 4, 2022 edition of AEU News.View Latest Edition