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Home > News > Professional Issues > Professional Issues Volume 6

Professional Issues Volume 6

May 2016

Professional Issues: a quarterly bulletin alerting you to emerging issues in education and our representation of your professional concerns.
 

New study reveals key sources of teacher stress
Increasing workloads, administrative tasks and managing parental andstudent expectations revealed as leading causes of stress for Queensland teachers. Read more. 

**Download the Supporting the Educators: Occupational stress and wellbeing across the teaching career-span report here.**

Member feedback on new senior syllabus crucial
With the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) making drafts of the new senior syllabus available for comment ahead of changes to the Senior Assessment and Tertiary entrance system, members have a crucial opportunity to have their voices heard. Read more.

Teacher performance and development is an industrial issue
With more and more schools introducing formal teacher performance and development frameworks, our union is taking up the challenge of identifying the industrial supports required to prevent them from becoming yet another workload burden for teachers. Read more.

Uncertainty remains for ECE sector as NDIS implemented
Concerns continue to be raised over the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) in terms of funding, the future of current programs and the impact on employees across the early childhood education sector. Read more.

Members take action to address inequity faced by working women
The challenges and ongoing inequity faced by working women are central to new IEUA-QNT work plan under development with the assistance of members across the sector. Read more. 

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