Legislative Assembly for the ACT: Week 6 Hansard (24 June) . . Page.. 2807..
(2) What is the breakdown of the number of executive teachers in the A.C.T. teaching at (a) primary schools, (b) high schools and (c) colleges;
(3) What is the breakdown, by each A.C.T. government school, of executive teachers teaching in each school;
(4) What is the common duty statement for executive teachers in the A.C.T.;
(5) What positions do executive teachers hold in A.C.T. schools.
Ms Gallagher: The answer to Mr Pratt's question is:
(1) There are currently 376 executive teachers employed by Department of Education and Training.
(2) The current distribution of executive teachers across ACT Government school sectors is:
(a) primary schools - 91
(b) high schools - 127
(c) colleges - 85
(d) special schools - 5
The other 68 executive teachers are employed in various other positions including senior counsellors, preschool services, the Centre for Teaching and Learning and in other specific roles in the central office.
(3) Currently, apart from some very small primary schools, all ACT Government schools have a minimum of one executive teacher.
(4) There is not a common duty statement for executive teachers.
(5) There are numerous positions held by executive teachers in ACT schools specific to duties outlined by the particular schools. Some of the roles include:
junior school coordinator (primary schools)
(Question No 1524)
Mr Pratt asked the Minister for Education, Youth and Family Services, upon notice, on 5 May 2004:
(1) How many teachers employed by the Department of Education, Youth and Family Services retired in (a) 2001-2002, (b) 2002-2003 and (c) 2003-2004 to date;
(2) What is the breakdown, by position and level, of teachers who retired in (a) 2001-2002, (b) 2002-2003 and (c) 2003-2004 to date;
(3) Have any retired teachers been re-employed by the Department to return to teaching, or take up any other positions, in (a) 2001-2002, (b) 2002-2003 and (c) 2003-2004 to date;