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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2010 Week 3 Hansard (18 March) . . Page.. 1175..


Campbell High School

127

Kaleen High School

63

Canberra College

276

Lake Ginninderra College

236

Canberra High

.97

Lake Tuggeranong College

232

Caroline Chisholm School

133

Lanyon High School

149

Lyneham High School

213

Melba-Copland Secondary

303

Melrose High School

110

Narrabundah College

256

Stromlo High School

139

Telopea Park School

145

Wanniassa School

76

Black Mountain School

37

Woden School

11

The balance of funded ICT devices are expected to be deployed shortly.

(2) The Commonwealth provides nominal funding of $1000 per device.

(3) As noted above, the Commonwealth provides nominal funding of $1000 per device. No additional expenditure has been required by the ACT Government.

(4) The students are not required to make any contribution.

Children—childcare centres

(Question No 533)

Mrs Dunne asked the Minister for Children and Young People, upon notice, on 10 February 2010:

(1) Will the Government provide transitional support to childcare centres who will expand when new carer/child ratios commence on 1 January 2012; if so, what support will be available.

(2) What assessment has the Minister made of the level of competition between childcare centres in the ACT and how does this compare with childcare centres in other metropolitan areas.

(3) What is the Government's policy on competition in the childcare industry.

(4) In which parts of Canberra is there a (a) surplus of long day care positions and (b) shortage of long day care positions.

(5) In which parts of Canberra are childcare fees the (a) highest and (b) lowest.

(6) What were the main drivers of the 0.03 per cent increase in childcare fees in the December quarter of 2009 and how does this compare to other states.

(7) How many childcare positions in the ACT are used by residents of NSW.

Ms Burch: The answer to the member's question is as follows:

(1) The ACT Government will provide regular information and advice to child care services of any new requirements associated with the implementation of the National Quality Framework, including the new National Quality Standards.


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