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Queensland teachers push for the right to ignore calls and emails after school ends 


Teachers ask if they can ignore calls, texts and emails from parents, students and even their own colleagues after the school bell rings

  • QLD public school teachers would be allowed to ignore calls after school ends 
  • The ‘digital detox’ deal is being pushed by the Queensland Teachers Union 
  • Push is aimed to ensure teachers have a better work/life balance
  • Union said teachers were on average working nearly double their rostered hours 

Teachers could soon be granted the right to ignore calls, texts and emails from parents, students and their colleagues as soon as the school bell rings.

The ‘digital detox’ deal is being pushed by the Queensland Teachers Union, with teachers asked to vote on the matter by midnight on Tuesday.

The deal is part of a…



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