Queensland Catholic Schools: Hear Our Voice campaign

Find latest collective bargaining updates and information about IEU members’ Hear Our Voice campaign.

AI in education: new resources for IEU members

Our union and the Queensland Teachers’ Union (QTU) have published a set of documents to advise members on using artificial intelligence (AI) in schools. 

IEU members can now access QuEST online PD

Access to new PD opportunities through the QuEST platform, expands the range of exclusive IEU member benefits.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education: new resources for members

Our union and the Queensland Teachers’ Union (QTU) have published a set of documents to advise members on using artificial intelligence (AI) in schools. 

IEU front and centre of early years strategy development

Our union continues to ensure members’ voices are heard in developing the Commonwealth ECE Strategy.

New Middle Leader professional standard must recognise all roles

Our union is advocating for a focus on all Middle Leader (ML) roles, and not just curriculum leaders, as part of developing a new ML professional standard. 

IEU heard on Non-State Schools Accreditation Framework review

Our union has provided a submission to the current independent review of the Queensland Non-State Schools Accreditation Framework. 

Queensland Catholic employers attack critical employee protection

Queensland Catholic school employers are using the current collective bargaining negotiations to directly attack a critical employee working right held for close to 30 years. 

Quality mentoring makes a difference

Quality mentoring has proven to be highly beneficial to early career teachers, reducing rates of stress and burnout.

NAIDOC Week 2023: For our Elders

NAIDOC Week 2023 will be held between Sunday, 2 July and Sunday, 9 July. 

New payday rule to crack down on billions in unpaid super

The Federal Government has announced that employers will pay superannuation on the same day as wages, a move welcomed by our union.  

National Reconciliation Week 2023: Be a Voice for Generations

National Reconciliation Week (NRW) is occurs every year between 27 May and 3 June, dates which mark historically significant milestones for First Nations People and Australia’s reconciliation journey: the 1967 referendum and the historic Mabo decision.

Federal budget begins long-term repair of broken education system

The 2023-2024 federal budget announced overnight is a positive start to beginning the long-term repair of a broken education system in Australia after a decade of neglect by the previous coalition government.

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