News for Tasmanian Teachers
Archive for February 2019
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Response on Monday
Bigger wage rise offered
The Tasmanian government has
scrapped its absolute 2 per cent wage rise policy, now offering
public sector unions:
Cybersecurity education means more work for teachers
Today's students need to know
how to cope with cybersecurity threats but the curriculum is
already overcrowded and most teachers will need extra training,
a researcher says...
Who'd want to be a principal?
Taroona, Dalrymple, Mowbray tenders
big banks out of schools
School banking programs
provided by the Commonwealth and other banks are falling out of
favour with teachers...
SCHOOL BUS SERVICES
Planned school bus changes deferred
Planned 2019 changes to the
Dover and Geeveston school bus services have been deferred
until 2020. This particularly affects the following schools:
UPDATE 15 Feb 2019
More than 100 Tasmanian
kindergartens are to benefit from a $15 million capital works
program. Brand new kindergartens will be built at ten primary
Schools facing face recognition technology
Pay students to learn?
to school for real
Students in the Huon will
return to their own schools on the following dates, the Premier,
Will Hodgman, has announced:
New Bowen kindy
The state government's Ticket to Play program will fund sporting memberships of up to $100 for qualifying disadvantaged children aged between 5 and 17 years, the Minister for Sport and Recreation, Elise Archer, said today ...
62,000 students in government schools
AEU sets 12 Feb deadline
state government must progress pay negotiations by Tuesday next
week, 12 February, the AEU says...
Education targets for 2019
School bushfire arrangements announced
Students from four schools will
temporarily have their classes in Huonville schools as a result
of the bushfires, the DoE says:
RoGS logs improvements
Year 12 attainment and retention rate rises are among a number of educational improvements in Tasmania highlighted by the recently released Report on Government Services, education minister Jeremy Rockliff says...
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