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‘What can you offer?’ AEU asks politicians in its biggest campaign in a decade

       The Australian Education Union will launch its biggest campaign in a decade this Saturday (10 February), calling on SA’s political parties to ‘come clean’ with what they plan to offer the State’s public preschools, schools and TAFE.

This year we're campaigning for Respect!

       AEU SA President Howard Spreadbury speaks to members about the Union's priorities in 2018.

Turnbull must come clean with parents on advertising spend

       The Australian Education Union calls on the Turnbull Government to publicly declare how much taxpayers’ money it is spending on its flashy new ad campaign to spin its school funding cuts.

State Government must guarantee TAFE funding

       The AEU is urging the Weatherill government to guarantee at least 70 per cent public funding for TAFE SA if it is re-elected in the 2018 state election.


       The Australian Education Union welcomes the South Australian Government's rejection of Federal Education Minister Simon Birmingham's interim agreement for school funding for 2018 - a plan which would see cuts of $210 million to SA schools over ...

TAFE review must consider impact of funding cuts

       The Australian Education Union says an independent review of TAFE SA must also include an analysis of the impact of reduced State Government funding on the organisation’s ability to deliver quality Vocational Educational Training (VET) programs ...