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Deputy Premier John Barilaro and Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell’s Rural and Remote Incentives Review does not impress president of Armidale Teachers’ Association Michael Sciffer and NSW Teachers’ Federation president Angelo Gavrielatos | The Armidale Express

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The Armidale Teachers’ Association’s president says the suggested strategies in the Rural and Remote Incentives Review that were announced this week will not address the severe teacher shortages in rural public schools. On Sunday, the Liberals and Nationals Government announced it was looking to introduce more incentives to attract quality teachers to live and work in regional NSW, but both Michael Sciffer and NSW Teachers’ Federation president Angelo Gavrielatos say this is just scratching the surface of a much bigger issue. “With unfilled permanent classroom positions becoming a problem in metropolitan Sydney, it has become clear teaching as a profession has become unattractive,” said Mr Sciffer. “Substantial reforms are…



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