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Election Notice E2018/97 - Casual female vacancy

       Nominations are invited from AEU members to fill a casual vacancy on Branch Executive.

Turnbull’s Budget fails our children

       Yesterday’s Federal Budget has failed to deliver fair funding for public schools, with the Turnbull Government yet again prioritising big business over our children and their future.

AEU's Fringe foray a success

       The AEU's first foray into theatre at the Adelaide Fringe, its production of John Godber's Teechers, was punctuated by sold out shows and positive reviews. UniSA Journalism student Helen Karakulak provided this review of the show performed by an all-

Opposition missing in action on SA School funding

       The Australian Education Union welcomes the South Australian Government's rejection of Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham's interim agreement for school funding for 2018 - a plan which would see cuts of $210 million to SA schools over ...

Death knell for TAFE? You decide, says AEU

       The future of TAFE hangs in the balance – and this Saturday’s vote holds the key to its survival, says the Australian Education Union.

Not good enough, AEU warns Nick Xenophon

       The Australian Education Union has slammed SA Best leader Nick Xenophon’s public education election promises, labelling them ‘disjointed’ and ‘lacking clarity.’

‘What can you offer?’ AEU asks politicians in its biggest campaign in a decade

       The Australian Education Union will launch its biggest campaign in a decade this Saturday (10 February), calling on SA’s political parties to ‘come clean’ with what they plan to offer the State’s public preschools, schools and TAFE.

Notice of Intention to negotiate an enterprise agreement

       The AEU has lodged with the Commissioner for Public Sector Employment, Erma Ranieri, and CE of DECD, Rick Persse, its notice of intention to negotiate a new enterprise agreement for the classifications referred to in Attachment A at the link below.

This year we're campaigning for Respect!

       AEU SA President Howard Spreadbury speaks to members about the Union's priorities in 2018.

Turnbull must come clean with parents on advertising spend

       The Australian Education Union calls on the Turnbull Government to publicly declare how much taxpayers’ money it is spending on its flashy new ad campaign to spin its school funding cuts.