Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2016 Week 4 Hansard (7 April) . .
b) land release data;
c) sales data and occupation dwelling forecasts sourced from the Chief Minister and Treasury, Economic Development Directorate;
d) birth data sourced from Births, Deaths and Marriages; and
e) population estimates sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
From time-to-time, external demographic analysis is sought.
(3) The Education Directorate routinely compares projected enrolments to actual enrolments as the Directorate's census data is released. This informs projection accuracy at a school, school network and Territory level.
Schools—out of state students
(Question No 689)
Mr Doszpot asked the Minister for Education, upon notice, on 9 March 2016:
(1) How many ACT resident school age students are educated in NSW in any government, systemic or independent schools.
(2) How many NSW resident school age students are educated in the ACT in any government, systemic or independent schools.
(3) Is the ACT recompensed by NSW in any way for the education of NSW resident students in the ACT; if so, how.
(4) Is NSW recompensed by the ACT in any way for the education of ACT resident students in the NSW; if so, how.
Mr Rattenbury: The answer to the member's question is as follows:
(1) The NSW Government Education Department has advised that as at July 2015:
a) 211 students with ACT resident addresses attended Public Schools across NSW.
b) Data is not available on students with ACT resident addresses who attend non-government NSW schools.
(2) The February 2016 ACT School Census identified that:
a) 1,851 students with NSW resident addresses attended ACT Public Schools.
b) 3,646 students with NSW resident addresses attended ACT non-government schools.
(3) The ACT is not recompensed directly by NSW. However, through the Commonwealth Grants Commission processes, an assessment is made of NSW residents accessing ACT provided services.
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