The Gallop Inquiry continues to gather steam this week as principals from across the Border region met with NSW Teachers Federation organiser Tanya McKinlay.
The union representative presented to the Primary Principals Association members in Albury on the inquiry and its recommendations.
Mrs McKinlay said engaging with school principals on the inquiry would help gain community support and instill confidence in members.
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"The principals are going to be there to demonstrate to their staff their commitment to the Gallop Inquiry," she said.
"We also want to engage with the Parents and Citizens Associations because it's about community engagement.
"If they are seeing the federation representatives doing the presentations with the principal's backing behind them, that's really, really important."
The Gallop Inquiry was initiated by the union in order to review teacher working conditions for the first time in 17 years.