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AEU to meet with Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan about COVID-19 concerns


Federal Education Minister Dan Tehan will meet with the leadership of the Australian Education Union (AEU) on Tuesday 24th March 2020. The meeting is...
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Coronavirus: AEU member update


The situation with coronavirus in our community continues to evolve rapidly. This is incredibly challenging and difficult for everyone, including AEU members...
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Covid 19 advice for AEU Early Childhood members


Industrial We are working hard to ensure arrangements for salaries and conditions are put in place in the event of centre closures. The AEU and ELAA have...
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Coronavirus: schools to remain open for now


The Morrison government announced over the weekend that schools across Australia will remain open. It is emerging as a challenging time for all AEU members...
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NAPLAN certificates will undermine Year 9 student achievements


The Australian Education Union (AEU) Victorian Branch has condemned the Victorian government’s plans to grant certificates based on Year 9 NAPLAN results...
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Trades Hall and Labour Councils AEU Delegates 2020


Expressions of interest are invited from AEU Victoria financial members interested in being an AEU delegate to the Victorian Trades Hall Council (VTHC) or...
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NAPLAN must go: new report confirms test compromised


The national report into the debacle behind the 2019 NAPLAN online testing regime has shown that, after a decade of NAPLAN, it is time for it to go - to be...
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AEU welcomes more state support for graduate teachers


AEU Victoria has welcomed an announcement by the Andrews state government of support for graduate teachers starting their careers. The $73.4 million pilot...
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Vic public schools remain the lowest funded in Australia


The annual Australian Productivity Commission Report into Government Services (ROGS) shows that Victorian government school students are still the lowest...
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Federal funding for public education at all-time low


The Productivity Commission’s Annual Report into Government Services (ROGS) looking at childcare, education and training has revealed that per-student total...
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