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Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2011 Week 13 Hansard (Thursday, 17 November 2011) . . Page.. 5641 ..


Administrative On-costs

$

Information Communication Technology

4 443

Training

2 000

Other Admin

1 949

Corporate Component

1 971

Total*

10 363

*Excludes the fit-out on-cost for accommodation ($5777)

However, depending upon the nature of the initiative, if accommodation is required then the on-cost of $5777 will be factored as part of the costing.


Schools—libraries(Question No 1856)

Ms Hunter asked the Minister for Education and Training, upon notice, on 19 October 2011:

(1) In relation to staffing of Building Education Revolution (BER) libraries, how many (a) government primary, (b) government secondary and (c) joint-use schools have, in charge of their libraries, (i) dual qualified teacher librarians (teachers with a library qualification), (ii) teachers-in-charge of libraries (teachers without a library qualification), (iii) librarians (qualified librarians without teacher training), (iv) library technicians (qualified but not in teaching or librarianship), (v) library officers (unqualified officers), (vi) volunteers and (vii) unstaffed libraries.

(2) How many (a) new BER libraries have been built in ACT government schools and (b) refurbished government school BER libraries are there in the ACT.

(3) How many of the new BER libraries in government schools have, in charge, (a) dual qualified teacher librarians (teachers with a library qualification), (b) teachers-in-charge of libraries (teachers without a library qualification), (c) librarians (qualified librarians without teacher training), (d) library technicians (qualified but not in teaching or librarianship), (e) library officers (unqualified officers), (f) volunteers and (g) unstaffed libraries.

Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:

(1)

a) For the purposes of this response specialist schools, early childhood schools and P-10 schools have been included in the ‘primary schools’ category.

i) Fourteen.

ii) Six.

iii) Nil.

iv) Nil.

v) Two.

vi) One.

vii) Nil.


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