A Catholic educator's group is at odds with the Independent Education Union over a proposed Code of Behaviour clause.
The union representing independent schools says that “broad exemptions” from the Anti-Discrimination Act constitute a “human rights issue”.
Union says it sees no other option other than industrial action if the current impasse over a controversial “code of behaviour clause” cannot be resolved.
The private lives of Catholic teachers and support staff are being threatened by an “intrusive” new code of behaviour clause.
Good coaching in classroom control can help teachers “read” their class and avoid disciplinary measures, says John Quessy, General Secretary of the NSW/ACT Independent Education Union (AEU).
The Independent Education Union (IEU) has expressed its solidarity in the wake of the attack on Charlie Hebdo in Paris, which killed 12 people.