Temporary teachers incentivised to work regionally, teachers say move is hardly fix to staffing crisis

Elizabeth Gracie
By Elizabeth Gracie
Updated December 8 2021 - 9:40pm, first published 1:00am
ONGOING ACTION: Griffith Teachers Federation Representative Richard Wiseman speaking to a crowd of local public teachers on a strike held on December 7th. PHOTO: Lizzie Gracie

The NSW Government has expanded its Rural and Remote Incentives Reform program in an effort to attract more temporary teachers to work in the bush.

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Elizabeth Gracie

Journalist at The Area News in Griffith and The Irrigator in Leeton, NSW. Lover of a good yarn, strong coffee and great wine. Let's chat: lizzie.gracie@austcommunitymedia.com.au