Andrew Barr releases disability education strategy

johnboy 7 September 2010 4
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Andrew Barr has today announced that he’s released the Excellence in Disability Education in ACT Public Schools – Strategic Plan 2010-2013.

He made particular, nigh on excruciating, reference to the Catholic Education Office and the Association of Independent Schools who have agreed to “join” the ACT Government in working “more closely together for the benefit of students with disabilities in the ACT”.

Whatever that actually means.

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4 Responses to Andrew Barr releases disability education strategy
sepi sepi 8:58 am 08 Sep 10

Their projections for population etc for the school closures are not going to last til 2020.

Our local preschool was on the closure list for being too small, and this year it is booked out, and we can’t get our kids in there – bit rude after I wrote letters to keep it open!

As I said at the time- there is a baby boom in Canberra- you will need these schools later on.

housebound housebound 8:19 am 08 Sep 10

School closures went towards 2020. This only goes to 2013 – gives you an idea of Barr’s priorities.

Fiona Fiona 9:22 pm 07 Sep 10

therapy services made it on one page.

carnardly carnardly 3:42 pm 07 Sep 10

It means some of those organisations might now provide Deaf students that attend their schools with interpreters.

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