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Valuing the teaching profession : an independent inquiry :
"Professor Emeritus, University of Sydney and former West Australian Premier The Hon Dr Geoff Gallop AC, is chairing the inquiry. He will be joined by the former Justice of the NSW Industrial Court and Deputy President of the NSW Industrial Relations Commission Dr Tricia Kavanagh and former the head of the NSW Institute of Teachers Patrick Lee." - NSWTF News March 2020. Valuing the teaching profession - an independent inquiry will investigate changes in the policies, procedures, practices and regulation of teaching and their impact on the work of teachers and principals. This independent inquiry was commissioned in February 2020 by the NSW Teachers Federation. Counsel assisting: Mr Neale Dawson. Expert submissions: NSWTF Valuing the Teaching Profession, Angelo Gavrielatos, NSWTF President. Curriculum, credentialing and assessment change 2004-2020, Denis Fitzgerald. Teachers' worth, Professor Emerita Raewyn Connell, University of Sydney. The changing context of teachers work, Tom Alegounarias, former Chair NESA. Public education in New South Wales, Professor Pasi Sahlberg, Gonski Institute, UNSW Sydney. Teachers' Work in Schools Research Group, Associate Professor Susan McGrath-Champ, Associate Professor Rachel Wilson, Dr Meghan Stacey, Dr Scott Fitzgerald and Dr Mihajla Gavin. The economic value of NSW public schools, Alison Pennington and Dr Jim Stanford, Centre for Future Work at the Australia Institute. NSW Teachers' pay - how it has changed and how it compares, Prof John Buchanan, Dr Huon Curtis, Dr Stephen Tierney and Ron Callus, Sydney University. Valuing and Teaching Profession Inquiry, Professor Jim Tognolini and Ms Sara Ratner, Sydney University. Submission to the Inquiry, Dr Lyndsay Connors, AO, and Dr Jim McMorrow. Funding, enrolments and staffing in NSW public schools, Trevor Cobbold, Save Our Schools. Changes to workload 2004-2020, Craig Petersen, NSW Secondary Principals Council. Valuing the Teaching Profession - NSWPPA submission, Phil Seymour, President, NSW Primary Principals Association. Teachers' work in rural and low socio-economic status (SES) schools: a submission, Dr Philip Roberts, University of Canberra. Valuing the Teaching Profession: an independent inquiry submission, Steve Hannan, The Teachers and Teaching Research Centre, University of Newcastle.