QTU newsflashes 2013
6 Dec 2013 :Government fails to respond to notions of teacher rankings, student ratings and parent evaluation – QTU members triggered into action
2 Dec 2013 :Teacher rankings, student ratings, parent evaluation – government continues to make education policy on the run!
8 Nov 2013 : Members vote overwhelmingly to protect our profession, as Queensland gets Gonski (sort of...)
Industrial relations legislation - Award stripping - Contracts - Industrial action - Powers of QIRC
The QTU is conducting a ballot of school members to authorise a 24 hour strike if the government proceeds with a number of GT-GR actions that will violate the current EB agreements.
Information for members: School closures | Queensland Teachers = Quality Teachers | Update your details
Important information for QTU members this election.
New "advice" issued by DETE reveals how the state government's latest changes to IR legislation target unions and their efforts to represent their members ... read the latest Members Newsflash for details.
Public Education Day | Save your say campaign | Gonski events | 2013 Teacher transfer update
The state government continues to churn out ill-informed announcements with major implications for the working conditions of teachers, without any consultation with the QTU. It's time for you to have your say - organise a workplace meeting to discuss the proposals. For more information, read the latest Newsflash
Rally - Wednesday April 17 - Government risks Gonski reforms - Government Great Teachers = Great Results “Plan” - Actions you can take
Let's keep up the pressure on the state government to come to an agreement. Also, a petition has been launched calling for the changes to the staffing model to be reversed.
Member Newsflash : PD policy challenged in Qld Industrial Relations Commission | Minister's Gonski back flip
Queensland to come up with its own funding model - Queensland Education Minister
Information for QTU members regarding QTU relief and assistance to members affected by natural disasters and DETE grants for lost teaching resources
This year sees the QCT introduce the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers, which will have implications for both provisionally registered and fully registered teachers. Read more ...