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PTC NSW recognised at the 2016 APTA awards

The Australian Professional Teachers Association (APTA) is a federation of state and territory joint councils of teacher professional associations. The APTA provides a national voice for Australian teachers from all sectors and all levels of education.

The 2016 APTA Awards were held on Saturday 4 June at the Australian Catholic University, North Sydney. These are the national awards presented to teaching associations and their volunteers. The Australian Professional Teachers Association’s awards acknowledge the exemplary innovation and leadership carried out by individuals and associations who have made outstanding contributions to the work undertaken by professional teaching associations.

The Mathematical Association of NSW (MANSW) were recipients of the APTA Innovative Association Award 2016 for their innovative strategies.

One of our own PTC NSW Vice-President Nerina Pretlove received an APTA Meritorious Contribution to the Profession Award. Nerina’s tireless support of the objectives of professional teaching associations, advocacy, policy development, research, professional learning make her a very worth recipient. Congratulations Nerina!

Read the full list of award recipients and citations in the icon APTA Awards program 2016 (1.27 MB)

PTC NSW congratulates all recipients across Australia.

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