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Chatham High School’s NSW Teachers Federation members go on strike in relation to staff ‘crisis’ | Manning River Times

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NSW Teachers Federation members at Chatham High School walked off the job on Monday, May 3, claiming the NSW government hasn’t properly staffed their school and other public schools in rural and remote parts of the State. NSW Teachers Federation deputy president Henry Rajendra said Chatham High School staff were concerned the school was impacted by the shortage of casual teachers which had disrupted classes. “Teachers at Chatham High are concerned about the problems schools across NSW are having filling vacant teaching positions and finding casuals to cover for teachers on leave,” he said. “Already this year Chatham High has been unable to find teachers to cover classes for 39 days. This is the result of the NSW…



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