Each election, the QTU compares the track record and policies of the political parties and seeks commitments on education and industrial relations (IR) in particular. Here’s our assessment.
The outcomes of state elections are always important to QTU members: they are effectively voting for their employer, a decision which has a direct impact on their working conditions and job security, as well as school resources and funding.
13 September 2017: Two important chances to have your say – brought to you by the Turnbull government
In this issue: Turnbull government’s “Review to Achieve Educational Excellence in Australian Schools” (Note: Timeline extended to 2 November)| Turnbull government’s marriage equality postal survey | Teacher transfers 2017
The QTU has received a full briefing from DET on the 2017-18 budget outcomes and the budget papers have now been subjected to further analysis.
At the close of the ballot, more than 20,000 members have had their say ...
Back to industrial basics for 2017 - ensuring that all conditions in certified agreements are implemented in schools
The Queensland Teachers’ Union State Council has now determined that the QTU will withdraw support for the introduction of NAPLAN Online.