Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2017 Week 09 Hansard (Thursday, 24 August 2017) . . Page.. 3366 ..
MS LEE: If the minister does not accept that the feedback that I have had from constituents satisfies standing order 117(b) then perhaps she would also like to at least accept that her own directorate’s website does. I seek leave to table this paper.
MS LEE: I present the following paper:
Accessible transport options—Screenshot from Transport Canberra’s website.
Madam Speaker presented the following paper:
Economic Development and Tourism—Standing Committee—Report 1—Report on Annual and Financial Reports 2015-2016, Justice and Community Safety—Standing Committee—Report 1—Report on Annual and Financial Reports 2015-2016 and Public Accounts—Standing Committee—Report 1—Report on Annual and Financial Reports 2015-2016—Speaker’s response, dated 23 August 2017.
Mr Barr presented the following papers:
Auditor-General Act, pursuant to subsection 21(1)—Auditor-General’s Report No 3/2017—2015-16 Financial Audits—Computer Information Systems—Government response.
Financial Management Act, pursuant to subsection 30F(3)—2016-17 Capital Works Program—Progress report—Year-to-date 30 June 2017.
Schools for all—quarterly report
Paper and statement by minister
MS BERRY (Ginninderra—Deputy Chief Minister, Minister for Education and Early Childhood Development, Minister for Housing and Suburban Development, Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence, Minister for Women and Minister for Sport and Recreation) (3.33): I present the following paper:
Schools for All—Implementation of the recommendations of the Expert Panel on Students with Complex Needs and Challenging Behaviour—Report—May 2017, dated June, 26 June and 17 August 2017.
I ask leave to make a brief statement.
MS BERRY: I am pleased to share the schools for all program progress report for May 2017 with the Assembly. As members are aware, in November 2015 the schools for all expert panel handed down the report on students with complex needs and challenging behaviour. The report contained 50 recommendations to build on our