ACT Branch Secretary, Glenn Fowler says: "The best way of improving our students’ outcomes and confronting excessive workload is to make our profession more collaborative."
Report finds principals working 56 - 66 hour weeks and it's impacting on family life.READ MORE
At its November 22 meeting, AEU ACT Branch Council considered the ACT Government's response to the Abbott Government decision to continue the chaplaincy program while taking away the option for schools to choose a secular welfare officer.READ MORE
Teacher workload has increased across the country and ACT teachers are working even longer than their interstate colleagues, the Staff in Australia’s Schools (SiAS) Report has revealed.READ MORE
The AEU ACT Budget Submission calls on the ACT Government to adequately resource professional learning communities; and to honour its commitment to deliver $70 million of improvements to school infrastructure.READ MORE
The ill-timed curriculum review has little to offer but distraction from the task of helping students achieve.READ MORE
Our teacher workload survey; professional collaboration at Richardson Primary; meeting every student's needs at Lanyon High; student leadership at Hawker College; Margaret Clark on NAPLAN, thank you 30 year members, honest history, Greg Combet and more.READ MORE
This powerful letter was sent to Minister Burch by an AEU member on September 20 in response to the Minister's public remarks dismissing our concerns about unsustainable workload levels.READ MORE