Annual Report 1991 Department of Education
Tabled Paper 1288
Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
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Mr G Benjamin, Equal Opportunities Mr D Pearce, Non-government Schools Ms B Conversi, NT Principals' Association Mr D Elliott, NT Public Service Ms J Guemier, NT Teachers' Federation (Non-Urban) Mr T McClafferty, NT Teachers' Federation (Urban) Mr H Hill, NT Teaching Service Dr J Cameron, NT University Mr G Nielson, Schools Operations North Mr W McGrath, TAFE Mr N Cockshutt, Curriculum and Assessment Division Mr T Quong (Executive Officer), Professional and Career Development SPECIAL EDUCATION PROGRAM COMMITTEE Mr H Krebs (Acting Chairman), Department of Education Mrs J Rouse, Department of Education Ms M Woodman, Disabled Persons Bureau Ms L Powierza, Catholic Education Office Mis Y Urvett, Department of Employment, Education and Training Mrs R Dunne, NT Council of Government School Organisations Mr J Antella, Down's Syndrome Association of the Northern Territory Mrs N Devlin, NT Chapter Australian Association of Special Education PRIORITY SCHOOLS AND COUNTRY AREAS PROGRAM COMMITTEE Mr M Fong (Chairman), Department of Education Mr A Cameron, Department of Education Mr E Boyd, NT Teachers Federation Mrs H Fejo, Feppi Mrs M Lawrie, Isolated Children's Parents' Association Mrs R Hadfield, NT Council of Government School Organisations Mr G Webb, Non-government Schools' Representative Mrs J Tudor, Association of Independent Schools of the NT Mrs Y Urvett, Executive Officer Department of Employment, Education and Training 61
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