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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2004 Week 4 Hansard (1 April) . . Page.. 1641..


(4) How many male teachers are currently teaching in the ACT in (a) preschools, (b) primary schools, (c) high schools and (d) colleges.

Ms Gallagher: The answer to Mr Pratt's question is:

(1) The ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services does not register teachers. The average number of male teachers employed by the department on a full-time basis in:

(a)

2000 was 742

(b)

2001 was 740

(c)

2002 was 742

(d)

2003 was 757 and

(e)

to the end February 2004 was 743.

(2) The average number1 of male teachers employed by the ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services on a part-time and casual basis in:

(a)

2000 was 36 part-time and 107 casual

(b)

2001 was 34 part-time and 75 casual

(c)

2002 was 36 part-time and 75 casual

(d)

2003 was 38 part-time and 78 casual and

(e)

to end February 2004 was 27 part-time and 17 casual.

(3)

(a)

39

(b)

22

(4) The number of male teachers currently teaching in the respective sectors is:

(a)

1

(b)

213

(c)

355

(d)

230

In addition, 17 male teachers employed by the ACT Department of Education, Youth and Family Services are teaching across school sectors.

Graffiti

(Question No 1321)

Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 3 March 2004:

(1) Is graffiti art currently taught in art classes in ACT (a) primary schools and (b) high schools;

(2) If so, which (a) primary and (b) high schools are teaching it as part of their art classes.

Ms Gallagher: The answer to Mr Pratt's question is:


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