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NCEC calls for further scrutiny of Gonski recommendations

21/10/2016Further scrutiny of Gonski recommendations needed – NCEC

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Catholic sector welcomes extension for Senior assessment changes

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In-principle agreement on Catholic school pay

22/06/2016Catholic school employers and the Independent Education Union of Australia have reached an in-principle agreement on a new four-year wage offer.

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In-principle agreement reached on Catholic school pay

10/06/2016The Fair Work Commission has published an Agreed Statement by the Queensland Catholic Education Commission and the Independent Education Union of Australia outlining an in-principle agreement on a new four-year wage offer.  The in-principle agreement will be put to staff in Catholic schools via a ballot next term. For more details visit our Enterprise Bargaining ...

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Catholic Education Celebrated in Song

05/05/2016Queensland’s Catholic schools and leading Australian music artist Josh Arnold have joined forces at All Saints Primary School, Albany Creek, to today release a new song celebrating Catholic education in Queensland.

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Budget commitment to school funding delivers certainty to parents

03/05/2016The Queensland Catholic Education Commission (QCEC) has welcomed the Federal Government’s pre-Budget announcement to increase per-student school funding by 3.56 per cent each year from 2018.

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Catholic Schools welcome announcement on Senior Secondary Assessment

22/03/2016The Queensland Catholic Education Commission has welcomed key components of the new senior secondary assessment system announced by the State Government yesterday.

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Queensland’s Catholic School students to take a stand against bullying and violence

16/03/2016Almost 55,000 students across over 100 Catholic schools will take a stand against bullying and violence this Friday as part of the sixth annual National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.

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Fewer than 17% of Catholic school staff take part in strike

09/03/2016New figures show that only one in six Catholic school staff participated in recent strike action over a new enterprise agreement concerning wages and work conditions. Queensland Catholic Education Commission Executive Director Dr Lee-Anne Perry said the fact fewer than 17 per cent of school staff participated in the strike on February 25 showed a ...

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Majority of Catholic school staff do not vote in favour of union’s industrial action

25/02/2016Queensland’s Catholic schools will remain open after the majority of staff did not vote in support of today’s strike action.

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