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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 F SELECTED PUBLICATIONS, PAPERS AND REPORTS Aboriginal Teachers' ManualHear Better May 199 Accredited Courses Register of NT Jan 199 AIDS - A Series of Black Line Masters June 199 Annual Reports 1989 Education TAFEAC and EAC May 199 ASCOT 1990 Nov 199 Alice Springs College of TAFE Feb 199 Batchelor College 1989 July 199 Board of Studies 1990 July 199 Industry and Employment Training Advisory Council Sept 199 NTOC 1989 Feb 199 Office of the Arts 1989-90 April 199 ASME National Conference Proceedings 1990 Sept 199 Black PerspectiveAn Annotated Booklist Sept 199 Booklets Reading and Writing Helpers Guide July 199 SEAPREAMS May 199 Select Your Career May 199 Songs Sung By Marrkolidban and Mumeka Outstation Children March 199 Brochures 4th Dharra School 1991 May 199 4th Gurrung School 1991 April 199 Access NTOC Feb 199 ACE A 1992 ConferenceA Tropical Experience Aug 199 ACHPER Jan 199 Aims of Schooling in Secondary Years 8-10 in the NT Nov 199 Association for the Education of Gifted and Talented Sept 199 Channel IslandThe Dugong March 199 Duke's Award Feb 199 Health Education Nov 199 General NTOC Feb 199 Industry NTOC Feb 199 NT Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented Sept 199 88

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