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discovered in January 2004, all further requests for copies of the study were refused -including Mr Stefaniak's.
2) Prior to its release to the public, a copy of the study was made available to each member of the ACT Sport and Recreation Council and, unfortunately, to five local sporting organisations as per the December newsletter article.
3) I understand you have been furnished with a copy of the final report by Director of Sport and Recreation ACT on Monday, 5 April 2004.
5) The ACT Sport and Recreation Council released Facilities Study 2003 on 31 March 2004. No changes have been made to the document.
(Question No 1449)
Mr Prattasked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 1 April 2004:
(1) How many Indigenous students are enrolled in ACT government schools;
(2) Of these students, how many are in:
(a) primary school;
(b) high school; and
Ms Gallagher The answer to Mr Pratt's question is:
(1) As at the February 2004 census, there were 882 Indigenous students enrolled in ACT government schools.
(2) Of these students, there were:
(a) 541 in primary schools;
(b) 230 in high schools; and
(c) 95 in colleges.
(Question No 1450)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 1 April 2004:
(1) How many teachers' aids are currently employed in government schools in the ACT;
(2) What is the ratio of teachers to teachers' aids in government schools in the ACT;
(3) What qualifications must teachers' aids have;
(4) Do teachers' aids require post Year 12 training;