In this issue: Australian Curriculum | Workload and joint statements | Rollout of additional teachers | Investing for Success | Review of industrial relations | IPS evaluation | Other achievements | Changes in QTU leadership | Looking forwards
2016 IPS announced today following a comprehensive selection process based on a new methodology | Have your say on EB8 claim | Survey regarding senior assessment
Gonski week brought together a number of themes that are central to the work of Queensland’s state school teachers and principals.
Revised Australian Curriculum, plus digital technologies in Queensland - Coding and robotics - Education plan
The Qld Government allocation of federal funding to state schools has moved closer to the model of a base level of funding, plus loadings aimed at overcoming students’ educational disadvantage – that is, the model advocated by the Gonski review of schools funding.
Over the three years, will more than replace the 519 full-time equivalent teaching positions cut by the previous LNP government from the start of 2013
The QTU and the AEU have condemned Federal Education Minister's decision to remove the representative voice of teachers and school leaders from the AITSL board and committees.
The Palaszczuk government’s senior secondary announcement provides a good platform for positive decision-making on a new senior secondary assessment and tertiary entrance system for Queensland.
The QTU has endorsed two candidates, Alota Lima and Natalie Clarke, in the QCT board election ...
The directive to halt implementation (including familiarisation) of any new learning areas of the Australian Curriculum until further notice is withdrawn. As a result of the Minister’s communication, there is no requirement for any school to implement or begin the process of implementation of any new subject or learning area in 2015.
In this issue: Promises kept | Education spending | Clarification on Super and LSL and more
Also in this issue: Curriculum implementation update | Teacher transfers
The new State Government has taken action to remedy some of the changes to the Industrial Relations Act made by the former LNP government.
When do students require/NOT require an ICP?Who develops an ICP? What happens now?
QTU members are being asked to vote on ceasing further implementation of any new learning areas within the Australian Curriculum.
Also in this issue: Education Accord | World Teachers' Day
Thursday, 11 September is the deadline to: submit your professional, industrial and resourcing priorities for Queensland teachers, principals and schools | vote in the ballot
Also in this issue : Current ballot to protect conditions | QTU presidential elections | LOTE
Member Newsflash: A victory for strong member resolve.
We owe it to our children to improve equity across all Australian schools. That's why, teachers and principals across Australia will celebrate National Gonski Week, a week of activity making the case for a needs-based funding model.
Tweak it or Trash it? Senior assessment and tertiary entrance review: A valuable opportunity for members to engage.
Due to the department and government's failure to recognise teachers as key stakeholders in last year's IPS decisions, QTU support is to be withdrawn for the program...
The past couple of weeks have been extremely difficult for those QTU members living in North Queensland, with many affected by Cyclone Ita ...
In this issue: Govt attempts to bring forward award stripping process | Contracts for doctors | Doctors' dispute | Principal contracts | Departmental EB Appeal - TAFE | Legislative changes relating to TAFE | Have your say in the QTU survey
The distribution of federal schools funding in Queensland, known as the Great Results Guarantee (GRG) - the positives, the negatives, the uncertainties and the timelines
Latest member news including : Performance Review Update | Great Teachers = Great Results | 125 years of achievement | QTU App | Other announcements