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(4) What is the average age of teachers employed by the Department retiring in (a) 2001-2002, (b) 2002-2003 and (c) 2003-2004 to date;

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

Note: Retired teacher numbers include staff that attained the age of 54 years, resigned under the provisions of the Commonwealth Superannuation Scheme and retired.

(1)

(a)

2001-2002

130

(b)

2002-2003

131

(c)

2003-2004 to date

110

(2)

The breakdown, by position and level, of teachers who retired in:

(a)

2001-2002

Teacher Level 1

93

Teacher Level 2

27

Teacher Level 3

3

Teacher Level 4

7

(b)

2002-2003

Teacher Level 1

95

Teacher Level 2

21

Teacher Level 3

3

Teacher Level 4

12

(c)

2003-2004 to date

Teacher Level 1

82

Teacher Level 2

15

Teacher Level 3

6

Teacher Level 4

7

(3)

The number of retired teachers re-employed by the department to return to teaching, or take up any other positions, in:

(a)

2001-2002

Figures are not available

(b)

2002-2003

57

(c)

2003-2004 to date

51

Note: Figures shown relate to teachers who retired in the respective years.

(4)

The average age of teachers employed by the department retiring in:

(a)

2001-2002

56.34 years

(b)

2002-2003

56.66 years

(c)

2003-2004 to date

56.51 years

Teachers-incidents

(Question No 1525)

Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 5 May 2004:

(1) How many reports of incidents of teachers bullying or harassing students were made to


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