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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 1 Hansard (12 February) . . Page.. 431..


Teachers-numbers of vacancies

(Question No 1227)

Ms Dundas asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 11 December 2003:

(1) In ACT Government schools, what is the total number of:

(a) primary schools teachers;

(b) high schools teachers;

(c) secondary college teachers.

(2) As of 1 December 2003, what was the total number of vacancies for:

(a) primary schools teachers;

(b) high schools teachers;

(c) secondary college teachers.

Ms Gallagher: The answer to Ms Dundas's question is:

(1) In ACT Government schools, as of the last pay period in November 2003 the number of Full Time Equivalent (FTE) teachers were:

(a)

1264 primary school teachers;

(b)

802 high school teachers;

(c)

509 secondary college teachers.

A further 519 teachers FTE's were employed in combined schools, special schools and education centres. Currently there are 1,271 teachers registered for casual work and, at this time of the year, over 500 would be working.

(2) As of 1 December 2003, the total number of vacancies was:

(a)

primary school teachers

1;

(b)

high school teachers

1;

(c)

secondary college teachers

0.

Detention centres

(Question No 1228)

Ms Dundas asked the Attorney-General, upon notice, on 11 December 2003:

In relation to Detention Centres:

(1) What was the average number of people detained in the Belconnen Remand Centre (BRC) in the year prior to the opening of the Symonston Detention Centre, and in the year following the opening of the Symonston Detention Centre;

(2) What has been the average number of people detained at the Symonston Detention Centre since its opening.

Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:


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