A former Queensland school principal and parent has slammed the NSW Education Minister for claiming the term ‘grandparents’ was inappropriate and has warned Queensland Education not to adopt a similar policy.
On Wednesday, Teachers’ Professional Association of Queensland secretary Tracy Tully spoke to Sunrise about the sitch.
She reckons bag checks and pocket searches aren’t enough to discourage students from suckling on the sweet electronic teat.
“I think we are beyond that now,” she said.
“I think the time has come where we need to do something much bigger and much more permanent.”
Activism is ESSENTIAL to eliminate Stigma! STIGMA – What is it? It’s a mark of disgrace associated with a particular circumstance, quality or person. It’s a mark of shame or discredit. In society, stigma involves negative attitudes or discrimination against someone based on a distinguishing characteristic such as a mental illness, health condition or disability. …
Fresh calls for tougher anti-vaping measures in schools including bag checks and pocket searches ‘The time has come where we need to do something much bigger and much more permanent.’ Source: 7news.com.au There are calls for tougher measures to be introduced in schools in a bid to prevent students vaping. Students in Queensland could undergo …
Things got a little fiery in state Parliament as I advocated for teachers and nurses to have a choice to join whichever industrial association/union they wanted to.
There is now competition amongst the unions which is a great thing.
Why would a government deny every teacher and nurse the choice to join a union which would save them hundreds of dollars??
Find out why – watch the debate above.