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Annual Report 1991 Department of Education



Annual Report 1991 Department of Education

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Tabled Paper 1288


Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT






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EDUCATION APPENDIX A SENIOR STAFF (as at 31 December 1991) EXECUTIVE Secretary Deputy Secretary Corporate Services Deputy Secretary Post-school Education and Training Deputy Secretary Schools Policy and Operations North Assistant Secretary Operations South Assistant Secretary Curriculum and Assessment DIRECTORS Aboriginal Education Program Management Unit Information Management Facilities and Administration Personnel Planning and Revenue Secretariat Post-school Education and Training: International Project Management Unit Tertiary Policy and Planning Employment and Training Office of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Superintendents Aboriginal Education (South) Alice Springs Barkly Curriculum Aboriginal Education (North) / Aboriginal Education Policy Darwin Central / Primary Education Policy Darwin North / Student Services Policy Mr G J Spring Mr A Henry Ms K A Phelan Mr D J Cairns Mr W E Whitmore Dr C H Payne Mr R Brailsford Mr A J McMaster Mr M T Higgins Ms N Tattersall Mr D Griffith Mr J W Burchett Mr P Markwick-Smith Mr IR Stevenson Mr J L Cossons Ms M Sydenham Mr N J Coutts Mr R Kirkman Mr D Stoddart Mr N Cockshutt Mr C A Cameron Mrs R Bullock Mr C Carter 54

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