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  • News release: Catholic schools staff plan industrial action

    Catholic school teachers and support staff across NSW and the ACT are planning a series of rolling stop work actions to defend their right to a fair hearing in front of the industrial umpire.

    24 Jul 2017
  • IEU calls for protected action

    The Union has not been able to reach agreement with the Catholic Commission of Employment Relations (CCER) concerning the new enterprise agreement (EA) to apply to NSW and ACT Catholic systemic schools.

    20 Jul 2017
  • Update: Catholic systemic schools EA for teachers and general employees

    The Catholic Commission for Employment Relations (CCER) has disputed the right to arbitration under the existing systemic EA clause.

    20 Jul 2017
  • IEU Environment Conference 2017: THINK – CONNECT – ACT

    Learn how to make sustainability a success in your school or centre – participate in a range of stimulating workshops.

    12 Jul 2017
  • Fight for equal pay continues

    The IEU lodged an application for Equal Remuneration Orders (EROs) for teachers in early childhood services in 2013.

    12 Jul 2017
  • International news

    Australia is lagging behind progress on early childhood education compared to many other countries.

    12 Jul 2017
  • IEU conference: Myth Busters

    This year’s IEU Early Childhood Conference is all about challenging the things we know are wrong.

    12 Jul 2017
  • Members - free NESA registered PD!

    Early childhood members benefit greatly from IEU membership through access to professional development courses through the Teachers Learning Network (TLN). Many of these courses are NESA registered and will count towards the maintenance of your teacher accreditation and provide opportunities to stay on top of current issues in early years education.

    12 Jul 2017
  • Early childhood teachers continue fight for equal remuneration

    Teachers working in the early childhood sector are continuing their fight for equal remuneration with male professionals in other industries.

    07 Jul 2017
  • Temporary reprieve for Malek Fahd

    Malek Fahd Islamic school can continue to function on a temporary basis after an appeal lodged in the Federal Court by the school's new board on 6 July was successful. The court ordered the Government pay the school money owed and to continue monthly funding payments.

    07 Jul 2017