The evidence is that it’s becoming increasingly difficult for teachers, particularly primary teacher graduates, to find permanent jobs.
Top UK experts are set to provide some thought provoking insights at the 15th National Conference on Volunteering. Taking place in Adelaide from 4-6th of September. Focussing on themes of Lead, Partner, Build and Sustain the talks will aim to provide insights and ideas through programs and advocacy, collaboration, innovation and leadership.
Full details of the conference can be found at http://www.volunteeringconf2013.org.au/
Education professionals who want to enhance their competitiveness or change their careers can now do so at one of the nation’s leading education faculties, but with the added benefit of greatly improved flexibility.
Advocating for authenticity in times of standards-based reform, Tania Aspland – Head of the school of education the University of Adelaide, and President of the Australian teachers education association.
The work of teachers remains essential in helping young people learn their way into the future, writes Phil Smith.