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Angelo Gavrielatos says teacher vaccine rule will ‘add stress’ on the education system

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NSW Teachers Federation President, Angelo Gavrielatos, fears teacher shortages will grow in Australia as hundreds of staff are sacked or forced to take leave after refusing to accept mandated COVID-19 vaccines.

“Non-competitive salaries, an ageing teaching service and ever-growing expectations on teachers and principals are all making it a less attractive profession for young, high-achieving students,” Mr Gavrielatos told The Australian.

“There is no doubt [unvaccinated teachers leaving their job] will add to the stress experienced by the system.”

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Angelo Gavrielatos says the teacher vaccine rule will ‘add stress’ on the education system.

Teachers in NSW were ­required to have received both doses of the vaccine by Monday, while those in Victoria and the ACT must be fully vaccinated by Nov­ember 29.

As of Tuesday, 98 percent of NSW government school teachers had received both doses of the vaccine, leaving the vaccination status of 2700 staff members in doubt.

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Source: The Australian.

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