Premier Consults New South Wales Teachers on Best Way Forward for Education

New South Wales school teachers met with state premier, Dominic Perrottet, at  Parliament House on Thursday, sharing their views on how to chart the best way forward for education in the state.
They put forward ideas around improved learning outcomes, cutting red tape, and increasing the time and resources needed to deliver the best education possible for students.
Premier Dominic Perrottet said the inaugural meeting led to the establishment of a Teacher Advisory Group, one of a number of initiatives giving teachers, principals, and students a direct voice in education policy.
“It’s so important we hear from a wide variety of stakeholders, particularly those considered the best in their profession, to help shape the future of education in our state,” he said.

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