For all bookings and requests, please contact: Nerel EzraRegistrarPhone: 9817 6135Email: registrar@preshil.vic.edu.au There are four key aspects of each agreement – 1) salaries, 2) career structure, 3) job security and 4) workload. The ABC of `excess`, Susan Livsey, Box Hill, Victoria, Letter to the Editor, P 16, The Age, 27 July 2017 The Herald Sun, 2002 (BadAppleBullies Editor: I lost the original article, but in August 2017, there were still a few articles online about this case. For example: VCAT supports dismissed teachers, William Birnbauer, The Age, 12 August 2007). “I am traumatized”: experienced teachers have said: They are “supernumerary” for the requirements, Henrietta Cook, The Age, July 25, 2017. Teacher, Robert Adam, Kilmore, Victoria, Letter to the Editor, P 16, The Age, July 27, 2017 How could the guidelines tell a teacher, if he was sure to fight and fight and if it was better to hold back? By the way, what`s the point of paying all that money to VIT? The AEU has to interfere with the workload, so that the minimum weekly teaching burden of 20 hours for secondary teachers remains higher than in my first school in the 1870s. and the primary load of 22.5 hours remains higher than in the 1980s, while class size limits between 21 (preparation for the second year), 26 (average primary education) and 25 (years 7 to 12) are subject to flexibility rules and are not strictly respected, as they were in the 1980s. I have specific readings for my eighth grade (in my second school), 1981: in Grade 7, 20 out of 28 children had their parents involved in interviews; 9, 18 out of 21; 10, 22 out of 27; 11, 20 out of 25; 12, 17 out of 25. (It was the only year I had a whole year with two classes of more than 25 students.) Since 2010, he has been receiving weekly workcover benefits and has had a lot of medical expenses paid by the national insurer WorkCover. The central point of the “teaching problem” is the way in which power is grossly abused and abused in this system, because the unsuitable people occupy transport posts.

I cannot imagine that parents in these countries are infecting their schools and abusing teachers.