Update to school members on LMBR - Public Service Association

Update to school members on LMBR

Schools bulletin – LMBR update – 8 December 2015 (PDF version)

As reported to members on Thursday 3 December, the Public Service Association (PSA) and the Minister for Education, Adrian Piccoli were scheduled to meet on 4 December to discuss the Learning Management and Business Reform (LMBR) system.

The meeting was cancelled by the Minister late on Friday morning.

The Minister had previously stated to PSA Assistant General Secretary, Steve Turner that the LMBR roll-out would proceed unless the PSA provided evidence it should not.

The PSA has now written to the Minister attaching documents which support our members’ feedback on LMBR.

The documents prepared include written statements from two PSA members who attended the PSA for the cancelled meeting and the results of the PSA’s October survey of the 229 LMBR focus schools.

The survey asked members working with LMBR if LMBR is ready to roll out to more schools.

The survey results were unequivocal.

48 percent of LMBR schools responded, 87 percent of which did NOT believe it was ready to roll out any further.

The vast majority of the responding schools were Primary Schools.

You can read a copy of the PSA letter to the Minister HERE.

Questions or comments on this bulletin can be emailed to .

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