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Regional EA Meetings

All members are encouraged to attend these regional meetings, where we will be discussing the government's most recent EA offer and our response to it. You can hear the latest update on the EA from executive and council, and we will explore the different options open to us for where the campaign goes from here.

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May 9 Council Report Back: No Confidence in Minister Burch

On Saturday morning we had an extraordinary show of strength at Branch Council, with 140 councillors and 13 observers in attendance. Council resoundingly rejected Minister Burch's surprise offer which would have stripped thousands of dollars of backpay from teachers, and proposes no actual resources to solve the problem of excessive workload.

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Minister Burch Failing To Address Rising Workloads

Rising workloads are the main reason teachers consider leaving the profession, new research from the AEU has found.

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Position Vacant: AEU ACT Lead Organiser

Applications are invited for the position of AEU ACT Lead Organiser.

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School Assistant Review Questionnaire

Have your say about your position by participating in the School Assistant Review Questionnaire.

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Term 2 Educator Out Now

Branch Executive Elections; HAAS Victory; EA Update; Equity or Privilege in Education?; Public Education Week 2015 and more!

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2015 Rosemary Richards Scholarship

Women members are invited to apply for the 2015 Rosemary Richards Scholarship.

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Position Vacant: AEU ACT Business Manager

Applications are invited for the position of AEU ACT Business Manager.

The position is situated at the ACT Office of the Australian Education Union, for a 12 month term ending on 15 July, 2016.

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AEU Analysis of ACT Government's Second EA Offer

All members are urged to meet in sub-branches to consider our response to the offer before Council's meeting on May 9. This analysis is designed to ensure you are fully informed about what's at stake.

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Burch Takes Back-Pay Off The Table

While providing no resourcing to address the burning issue of excessive teacher workload, Joy Burch has attempted to blindside educators by withdrawing back-pay of salary increases.

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New Offer Offers Nothing New

No resourcing provided to ensure that the average working week of teachers is reduced from 50 hours to something more reasonable.

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