Violent attacks against NSW teachers have spiked over the last four years, with many staff being left with concussions, open wounds and fractures
A newly-released government register has revealed that dozens of schools in one state are riddled with lethal asbestos.
The fact that more educators are coming forward about being assaulted shows an important shift in attitudes, says one state’s teachers union.
One state’s teachers could walk off the job as early as next month as wage negotiations approach a deadlock.
More than 40,000 Queensland teachers are considering industrial action if the state’s government refuses their wage demands.
If a union-government deal goes ahead, high-performing teachers’ salaries could soon be bumped up to $100,000.