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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2003 Week 3 Hansard (13 March) . . Page.. 1103..



teaching positions will be created. No additional teaching positions will be created for 2005 as the program will be fully implemented in 2004.

7) The program is on schedule and will be fully implemented at the commencement of the 2004 school year.

Education-statistics

(Question No 470)

Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice:

In relation to the Education system:

(1) How many (a) government students and (b) non-government students are enrolled in Canberra schools;

(2) Can the Minister provide a detailed list of the number of students at each and every government and non-government school in Canberra from Primary school, to high school and college;

(3) How many (a) male and (b) female teachers are currently working in government schools, can the response please be broken down into individual schools;

(4) How many (a) male and (b) female teachers are currently working in non-government schools, can the response please be broken down into individual schools.

(5) How many IT specialists are employed in (a) government schools and (b) non-government schools, can the response please be broken down into individual schools;

(6) How many bursars are employed in (a) government schools and (b) non-government schools, can the response please be broken down into individual schools.

Ms Gallagher

: The answers to Mr Pratt's questions are:

(1) (a) As of the February 2003 Government Schools Census 37,192

(b) As of the February 2002 Non-Government Schools Census 23,420

(2) (a) The February 2003 Government Schools Census details enrolments for each year level at each government school. This document is attached.

(b) Non-government schools enrolments are recorded in the Non-Government School Census conducted by the Non-Government Schools Office in February each year. Census figures for 2002 are attached, figures for 2003 are still being processed and will need to be authorised by the Minister before becoming publicly available.

(3) At the beginning of March 2003, there were 3303 (Head count) or 2870 (FTE) teachers employed in ACT government schools and school support centres.


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