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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania, 2005  
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In non-government secondary schools both enrolments and staffing numbers have increased over the period 1991 to 2001 (13.0% and 17.8% respectively). The number of teaching staff employed in government secondary schools has decreased by 3.1%, from 2,090 in 1991 to 2,026 in 2001, while the number of student enrolments has decreased by 8.6%.

SECONDARY SCHOOLS, TASMANIA

Schools(a)
Student enrolments(b)(c)

Teaching staff(d)(e)
Gov.
Non-gov.
Gov.
Non-gov.
Gov.(f)
Non-gov.

no.
no.
no.
no.
no.
no.

1991
68
28
27,988
9,163
2,090
713
1995
69
31
26,943
10,130
2,032
781
1998
67
32
27,317
10,478
2,102
803
1999
67
32
26,636
10,380
2,043
810
2000
65
33
26,033
10,284
2,026
819
2001
65
34
25,571
10,354
2,026
840

Change 1991-2001
Number
-3
6
-2,417
1,191
-64
127
Per cent
-4.4
21.4
-8.6
13.0
-3.1
17.8

(a) Includes senior secondary colleges.
(b) Includes the secondary classes of combined primary and secondary schools.
(c) Includes those educated in special schools.
(d) Includes those enrolled in Years 11, 12 and 13.
(e) Full-time equivalents.
(f) Includes those teaching at special schools.

Source: Schools, Australia (Cat. no. 4221.0) and ABS data available on request, National Schools Collection.


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