Teachers and unions voice their reform demands ahead of National Teacher Workforce Action Plan release

William Huynh
Updated August 23 2022 - 11:16am, first published August 21 2022 - 2:00pm
REFORM: King's College principal Allister Rouse joined the chorus of teachers and education leaders, unions and ministers calling for teacher training reforms to tackle staff shortages. Picture: Anthony Brady
REFORM: King's College principal Allister Rouse joined the chorus of teachers and education leaders, unions and ministers calling for teacher training reforms to tackle staff shortages. Picture: Anthony Brady

Placing student teachers in the classroom from the first day of their degree is just one idea backed by a Warrnambool principal in a bid to address workforce shortages.

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William Huynh

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