Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2009 Week 4 Hansard (26 March) . . Page.. 1525..
Letter from college principal notifying change to unit grade and score, and course score for a student.
Student now meets requirements for Tertiary Entrance Statement, UAI calculated.
Letter from college principal requesting transfer of unit from ungrouped section to course, resulting in change to course type and college course score, for a student.
Melba Copland Secondary School
Transfer approved. UAI amended for student concerned.
Letter from college principal notifying combining of courses consistent with course accreditation, resulting in change to course type and college course score, for a student.
UAI amended for student concerned.
(Question No 82)
Mr Seselja asked the Chief Minister, upon notice, on 26 February 2009:
(1) Is the Government committed to implementing Labor policies within the timeframe outlined in the 2008 election campaign.
(2) Is the Government committed to implementing the agreement with the Greens within the timeframe outlined in the agreement of 31 October 2008.
(3) What will be the cost of implementing both Labor's election policies and the agreement with the Greens and what will be the consequent impact on the ACT Government's bottom line of implementation.
(4) What process will the Government have to follow if it intends to change the timeframes agreed with the Greens.
(5) Has the Government already reached agreement with the Greens on cancellation or deferral of some commitments; if so, what items in the agreement will be cancelled or deferred.
Mr Stanhope: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) Yes, subject to the requisite Budget processes and capacity.
(2) Yes, subject to the requisite Budget processes and capacity.
(3) The costs of the Government's election commitments were outlined through the election costings process. The costs of the items in the Parliamentary Agreement will be subject to costings by Treasury and implementation decisions will be made through the requisite Budget processes.
(4) Refer Section 9 of the Parliamentary Agreement.