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Thank you and stay united

Dear members, 

It is with mixed emotions that I write this letter, as I come to the end of my second, and final term as ACT Branch President. It has been both an honour and a privilege to lead our branch over the past four years. I have learned a lot and I hope that I have served you well.

During this time, I have watched our union grow in both strength and numbers as we worked together, strategically, to stand up for the rights of our members and unite over issues that are pertinent to us, as professionals. I have seen exciting changes in the structure of the union office and felt privileged to work alongside Glenn and the team as they strived to empower sub-branches to be more effective and organised than ever before.

I want to extend my thanks to each and every one of you for your support and encouragement of me during this time and urge you all to remain active, dedicated and passionate about our incredible profession. Our students deserve the best educators, and we must have the recognition and conditions that we rightly deserve. Stay united, always.

Yours in education,

Lana Read 
AEU ACT Branch President

Glenn Fowler is re-elected as AEU ACT Secretary

Congratulations to Glenn Fowler, who has been elected unopposed to the AEU ACT Secretary's position for another two years! Read on to find out about Glenn's teaching experience and his achievements in the AEU. 

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ACT Government Parliamentary Agreement

On Sunday, ACT Labor and the Greens signed the Parliamentary Agreement, which will define the priorities for the ACT Government over the next four years. On education, we are very excited that the agreement points align closely with our pledge on education. 

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The ACT education agenda for the next four years

The AEU is not affiliated to any political party, but based on our assessment of the various parties’ policies, we welcome the re-election of a progressive government for the ACT. We will look on with interest as Labor and the Greens negotiate their parliamentary agreement, trusting that the education promises made prior to the election will be reflected in that document.

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2016 AEU ACT Secretary & President Elections

Our AEU ACT Secretary and President elections are upon us! Nominations have now opened. Are you interested in running for a leadership role in our union?

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Election Authorisation

All content on the ACT AEU's website is authorised by Glenn Fowler, Secretary of the Australian Education Union ACT, 40 Brisbane Ave, Barton, Canberra. 

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Murrumbidgee Candidates who will put education first

In Murrumbidgee, Caroline Le Couteur and Chris Steel are committed to putting public education first. Caroline Le Couteur from the Greens is the only candidate in Murrumbidgee to sign our pledge on education.

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Kurrajong Candidates who will put education first

In Kurrajong, Shane Rattenbury, Josh Ceramidas, Leah Dwyer, Richard Niven and Rachel Stephen-Smith are committed to putting public education first. Shane Rattenbury from the Greens is the only candidate in Kurrajong to sign our pledge on education.

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