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Teachers’ professional development and conditions - vital signs for student well-being and progress

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An Education international - commissioned study for the EI Research Institute on teacher professional identities, based on seven localities and five case studies, shows that teachers are concerned about the well-being and progress of students. They also consider professional development and learning central to that mission along...

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Australia: education union and activists will make the 2019 federal election the ‘education election’

AEU state, territory and Federal leaders campaigning  for Fair Funding Now! for public schools. Labor party's Leader Bill Shorten is holding the A, and Labor's spokesperson for Education Tanya Plibersek is holding the I in “FAIR’.

At their Federal conference, Australian Education Union’ leaders and activists welcomed the commitment made by the Labour party to greatly increase funding for public education, and reaffirmed their determination to ensure that the upcoming federal election focus on education issues.

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Haiti: trade union front for quality public education, social dialogue and a statute for teachers in the private sector

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Despite many obstacles, Education International’s Haitian affiliates are jointly campaigning for quality public education and the establishment of a dialogue with the Minister of Education. They are also supporting a statute for teachers in the private sector.

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