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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2006 Week 5 Hansard (11 May) . . Page.. 1702..


How many tenants has Housing ACT identified as being accommodated in public housing and in receipt of some form of Veterans' entitlement, as prescribed under the Veterans' Entitlements Act 1986 (Cwlth).

Mr Hargreaves

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

271 Tenants have identified that they are in receipt of either a war widows pension or a veterans affairs pension.

Schools—priority enrolment areas

(Question No 1035)

Dr Foskey asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 30 March 2006:

(1) What are the (a) within-priority enrolment area and (b) out-of-area enrolments in each government (i) primary school, (ii) high school and (c) college in the ACT;

(2) What are the resident priority enrolment areas (PEA) of the out-of-area enrolments of each government (a) primary school, (b) high school and college and how many students in each school are resident in each of these out-of-area zones;

(3) What is the number of resident NSW students attending each government (a) primary school, (b) high school and (c) college;

(4) What is the number of government (a) primary school, (b) high school and (c) college students resident in each PEA for the relevant sector and which schools do they attend;

(5) What percentage of the total enrolments of each government (a) primary school, (b) high school and (c) college are from outside the priority enrolment areas of each school;

(6) What proportion of the total resident government school students in each PEA for (a) primary schools, (b) high schools and (c) colleges are enrolled in the PEA school;

(7) What is the average retention rate or percentage of government school students residing in a PEA who attend the PEA school, for the (a) primary school, (b) high school and (c) college sectors;

(8) What is the average out-of-area ratio or percentage of government school students who reside in the PEA of another school, for the (a) primary school, (b) high school and (c) college sectors;

(9) What is the total number of all government and non-government (a) primary school, (b) high school and (c) college students resident in each government school PEA and, in each case, how many attend (i) the PEA government school, (ii) a government school in another PEA and (iii) a non-government school.

Mr Barr

: The information prepared for Dr Foskey has been extracted from the February 2006 Government and non-government school census.

(1) Attachment 1 details enrolments within and outside the priority enrolment areas (PEA).


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