NSW teacher's wage booster simplified

NSW teacher's wage booster simplified

The NSW government wants to increase the number of highly accomplished or lead teachers in the state almost tenfold in the next three years by making it easier for them to be accredited. Head of the state's teachers union Angelo Gavrielatos says the announcement is overdue and designed to distract from the sector's calls for wage increases and reduced workloads. Advertisement Teachers seeking to be recognised as a highly accomplished or lead teacher (HALT) and receive the pay rise that comes with it will go through a simpler accreditation process, Education Minister Sarah Mitchell said on Sunday. The changes come following a meeting with select teachers from around the state on Thursday, when Ms Mitchell and Premier Dominic Perrottet were told the current process was putting teachers off applying because …
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