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Act No. 178 of 1991 as made
An Act to amend the States Grants (Schools Assistance) Act 1988
Administered by: Education, Employment and Workplace Relations
Date of Assent 25 Nov 1991
Date of repeal 10 Mar 2016
Repealed by Amending Acts 1990 to 1999 Repeal Act 2016
 

STATES GRANTS (SCHOOLS ASSISTANCE) AMENDMENT ACT 1991 No. 178, 1991

STATES GRANTS (SCHOOLS ASSISTANCE) AMENDMENT ACT 1991 No. 178, 1991 - LONG TITLE

An Act to amend the States Grants (Schools Assistance) Act 1988

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Short title etc.

(Assented to 25 November 1991)
1.(1) This Act may be cited as the States Grants (Schools Assistance) Amendment Act 1991.
(2) In this Act, "Principal Act" means the States Grants (Schools Assistance) Act 1988.*1*

(Minister's second reading speech made in-
House of Representatives on 7 November 1991
Senate on 12 November 1991)
*1* No. 1, 1989 as amended. For previous amendments, see Nos. 79, 159 and 169, 1989; and No. 1, 1991.

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Commencement

2.(1) Subject to this section, this Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent.
(2) Paragraph 3(e) is taken to have commenced on 19 December 1989.
(3) Section 12 is taken to have commenced immediately after the commencement of the States Grants (Schools Assistance) Amendment Act 1990.
(4) Paragraphs 3(c), (d), (f), (h) and (i) and section 4 commence on the day on which section 12 of the Migration Amendment Act 1991 commences.

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Interpretation

3. Section 3 of the Principal Act is amended:
(a) by omitting subparagraph (a) (i) of the definition of "capital project" in subsection (1) and substituting the following subparagraphs:
"(i) schools, non-government centres or rural student hostels in a particular area; or
(ia) schools, non-government centres or rural student hostels of particular kinds in a particular area; or";
(b) by inserting "or a non-government centre" after "school" in paragraph (h) of the definition of "capital project" in subsection (1);
(c) by omitting paragraph (a) from the definition of "eligible new arrival" in subsection (1) and substituting the following paragraph:
"(a) who is:
(i) a permanent resident; or
(ii) the holder of a recognised temporary entry permit; and";
(d) by inserting "(other than a recognised temporary entry permit)" after "permit" in paragraph (b) of the definition of "full fee paying private overseas student" in subsection (1);
(e) by omitting "11ZD" from paragraph (d) of the definition of "permanent resident" in subsection (1) and substituting "47";
(f) by omitting paragraph (d) of the definition of "permanent resident" in subsection (1);
(g) by inserting "or the Cocos (Keeling) Islands" after "Island" in paragraph (e) of the definition of "permanent resident" in subsection (1);
(h) by inserting ", or a person who is the holder of a recognised temporary entry permit," after "resident" in the definition of "student" in subsection (1);
(i) by omitting from subsection (1) the definition of "general education in English as a second language" and substituting the following definition:
" `general education in English as a second language' means education that is provided to teach the English language to students:
(a) who are:
(i) permanent residents; or
(ii) holders of a recognised temporary entry permit; and
(b) whose first language is not English;
whether or not that education is provided with instruction for those students or other students in the culture of Aborigines or of people who have migrated to Australia;";
(j) by inserting in subsection (1) the following definitions:

" `community language' means:
(a) an Aboriginal language; or
(b) the first language of people who have migrated to Australia;
but does not include English;
`eligible year 12 student' has the meaning given by subsections (11) and (12);
`government educational institution' means an educational institution in a State:
(a) that is not a government school; and
(b) that is conducted by or on behalf of the government of the State; and
(c) at which a priority language may be studied at secondary level;
`holder of a valid temporary entry permit' has the same meaning as in the Migration Act 1958;
`nominated authority' means a person or body nominated by an aggregation of non-systemic schools under section 39D;
`recognised temporary entry permit' means a valid temporary entry permit in respect of which a declaration under section 4A is in force;

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`valid temporary entry permit' has the same meaning as in the Migration Act 1958;";
(k) by adding at the end the following subsections:

"(11) For the purposes of this Act, a person is an eligible year 12 student if:
(a) the person was enrolled in the program year 1991 at a government school or at a government educational institution in a State; and
(b) the person in that year was enrolled in and recorded an achievement in an accredited year 12 level course, or in an accredited year 12 level equivalent course, in a language; and
(c) the language is a language in respect of which a declaration under subsection 4B(4) is in force in the State in the program year 1992.

"(12) For the purposes of this Act, a person is an eligible year 12 student if:
(a) the person was enrolled in the program year 1991 at a systemic school or at a non-systemic school in a State; and
(b) a payment under section 22 was made to the State for that year in relation to year 12 students at the systemic or non-systemic school; and
(c) the person in that year was enrolled in and recorded an achievement in an accredited year 12 level course, or in an accredited year 12 level equivalent course, in a language; and
(d) the language is a language in respect of which a declaration under subsection 4B(4) is in force in the State in the program year 1992.".

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4. After section 4 of the Principal Act the following section is inserted:

Recognised temporary entry permits
"4A.(1) The Minister may declare a valid temporary entry permit to be a recognised temporary entry permit for the purposes of this Act.
"(2) The declaration must be in writing.".

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5. Before section 5 of the Principal Act the following section is inserted:

Priority languages
"4B.(1) The Minister may make a list of languages that may be priority languages for the purposes of this Act.
"(2) The Minister may vary the list.
"(3) As soon as practicable after the list is made or varied, the Minister must send a copy of the list or variation to the State Ministers.
"(4) A State Minister may declare a language in the list to be a priority language in that State for the purposes of this Act.".

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Grants for programs of ethnic education

6. Section 33 of the Principal Act is amended by inserting after subsection (1) the following subsection:
"(1A) A grant is not to be made after the program year 1991.".

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7. After section 34 of the Principal Act the following section is inserted:

Grants for national projects assisting secondary education in
prescribed country areas
"34A.(1) The Minister may approve a project for the purposes of this section if:
(a) the project is to be carried out in Australia and has the sole or principal object of increasing the number of students in prescribed country areas who complete 12 years of schooling; and
(b) the Minister is satisfied that:
(i) the project is of national importance; and
(ii) it is desirable to provide assistance under this section in connection with the project.
"(2) The Minister may authorise the payment to a State for the program year 1992 of an amount by way of financial assistance to the State for expenditure in relation to the approved project.
"(3) The sum of amounts paid to the States for the program year must not exceed the amount in Part 2 of Schedule 13.
"(4) The Minister is to determine the conditions on which financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year.
"(5) The conditions are to be included in an agreement entered into by the State with the Commonwealth.
"(6) The Minister may only authorise a payment to the State for the program year if the State has entered into the agreement.
"(7) Financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year in relation to an approved project conducted by the State:
(a) on the conditions set out in the agreement; and
(b) on the condition that, if the State does not fulfil a condition of the agreement with respect to the grant within the time (if any) specified for fulfilment of the condition:
(i) the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(ii) the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State until the State fulfils the condition.
"(8) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in subparagraph (7)(b)(i) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid

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to the State under this section in relation to the project for the program year.
"(9) Financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year in relation to an approved project conducted by a person or organisation (other than the State) on the conditions that:
(a) the State will pay, as soon as practicable, the person or organisation an amount equal to each amount paid to the State under subsection (2) in relation to the project; and
(b) when making a payment, the State will identify the amount paid to the person or organisation as a payment made in relation to the project from money granted to the State under this section; and
(c) if the State does not fulfil the condition mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b), the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(d) the State will only make a payment to the person or organisation if the person or organisation has entered into an agreement with the Commonwealth for that year; and
(e) if the person or organisation does not fulfil a condition of the agreement, the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State under this section in respect of the person or organisation until the person or organisation fulfils that obligation.
"(10) The amount specified in a determination mentioned in paragraph 9(c) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid to the State under this section in relation to the project for the program year.
"(11) The Minister is to determine the conditions of the agreement mentioned in paragraph 9(d).
"(12) An approval under subsection (1) and an authorisation under subsection (2) are to be made by determination in writing.".

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8. After section 39B of the Principal Act the following sections are inserted:

School language and literacy program - priority languages incentive element
"39C.(1) The Minister may authorise payment to a State of an amount by way of financial assistance:
(a) to the State for expenditure for the program year 1992 on language education provided at or in connection with government schools or government educational institutions in the State; and
(b) to the State for expenditure of an approved school system in the State for the program year 1992 on language education provided at or in connection with systemic schools in the school system; and
(c) to the State for expenditure of a non-systemic school, or an aggregation of non-systemic schools, in the State for the program year 1992 on language education provided at or in connection with the school or schools in the aggregation.
"(2) The amount paid to a State under paragraph (1)(a) for the program year must not exceed the lesser of the amounts worked out using the following formulas:
(a) Column 2 amount X Eligible students;
(b) Column 2 amount X Year 12 students
4
where:
`Column 2 amount' means the amount in column 2 of Part 1 of Schedule 20;
`Eligible students' means the number of eligible year 12 students at government schools and government educational institutions in the State;
`Year 12 students' means the number of year 12 students enrolled at government schools and government educational institutions in the State on the schools census day for the State for that year or such other day as the Minister determines in writing.
"(3) The amount paid to a State under paragraph (1)(b) for the program year must not exceed the lesser of the amounts worked out using the following formulas:
(a) Column 2 amount X Eligible students;
(b) Column 2 amount X Year 12 students
4
where:
`Column 2 amount' means the amount in column 2 of Part 1 of Schedule 20;
`Eligible students' means the number of eligible year 12 students at systemic schools in the school system;
`Year 12 students' means the number of year 12 students enrolled at systemic schools in the school system on the schools census day for the State for that year or such other day as the Minister determines in writing.
"(4) The amount paid to a State under paragraph (1)(c) for the program year must not exceed the lesser of the amounts worked out using the following formulas:
(a) Column 2 amount X Eligible students;
(b) Column 2 amount X Year 12 students
4
where:
`Column 2 amount' means the amount in column 2 of Part 1 of Schedule 20;
`Eligible students' means the number of eligible year 12 students at:

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(a) the non-systemic school; or
(b) non-systemic schools in the aggregation;
`Year 12 students' means the number of year 12 students enrolled at:
(a) the non-systemic school; or
(b) non-systemic schools in the aggregation; on the schools census day for the State for that year or such other day as the Minister determines in writing.
"(5) The Minister is to determine the conditions on which financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year.
"(6) The conditions are to be included in an agreement entered into by the State with the Commonwealth.
"(7) The Minister may only authorise a payment to the State for the program year if the State has entered into the agreement.
"(8) Financial assistance is granted to a State in respect of a government school, or a government educational institution, in the State for the program year:
(a) on the conditions set out in the agreement mentioned in subsection (7); and
(b) on the condition that, if the State does not fulfil a condition of the agreement with respect to the grant within the time (if any) specified for fulfilment of the condition:
(i) the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(ii) the Minister may delay making any further payments to the State under paragraph (1)(a) until the State fulfils that condition.
"(9) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in subparagraph (8)(b)(i) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts paid to the State under this section in respect of government schools and government educational institutions for the program year.
"(10) Financial assistance is granted to a State in respect of an approved school system in the State for the program year on the conditions that:
(a) the State will pay, as soon as possible, to the approved authority of the school system an amount equal to each amount paid to the State under this section in relation to the school system for that year; and
(b) when making the payment, the State will describe the amount paid as a payment made out of money provided to the State by the Commonwealth under this section; and
(c) if the State does not fulfil the condition mentioned in subparagraph (a)(i) or (ii) or paragraph (b), the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(d) the State will only make a payment to the authority if the authority has entered into an agreement with the Commonwealth for that year; and
(e) if the authority does not fulfil a condition of the agreement, the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State under this section in respect of the authority until the authority fulfils that obligation.
"(11) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in paragraph (10)(c) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid to the State under this section in respect of approved school systems for the program year.
"(12) The Minister is to determine the conditions of the agreement mentioned in paragraph (10)(d).
"(13) Financial assistance is granted to a State in respect of anon-systemic school, or an aggregation of non-systemic schools, in the State for the program year on the conditions that:
(a) the State will pay, as soon as possible:
(i) to the approved authority of the school an amount equal to each amount paid to the State under this section in relation to the school for that year; and
(ii) to the nominated authority of the aggregation an amount equal to each amount paid to the State under this section in relation to the aggregation for that year; and
(b) when making the payment, the State will describe the amount paid as a payment made out of money provided to the State by the Commonwealth under this section; and
(c) if the State does not fulfil the condition mentioned in subparagraph (a)(i) or (ii) or paragraph (b), the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(d) the State will only make a payment to the authority if the authority has entered into an agreement with the Commonwealth for that year; and
(e) if the authority does not fulfil a condition of the agreement, the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State under this section in respect of the authority until the authority fulfils that obligation.
"(14) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in paragraph 13(c) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid to the State under this section in respect of non-systemic schools and aggregations of non-systemic schools for the program year.
"(15) The Minister is to determine the conditions of the agreement mentioned in paragraph (13)(d).

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"(16) An authorisation under subsection (1) is to be made by determination in writing.

Nominated authority
"39D. An aggregation of non-systemic schools may nominate a person or body to be the nominated authority of the aggregation for the purposes of this Act.

School language and literacy program - community languages
element
"39E.(1) The Minister may authorise the payment to a State of an amount by way of financial assistance to the State for recurrent expenditure for the program year 1992 on community languages:
(a) provided at or in connection with government schools in the State; or
(b) provided by any other person or organisation in the State.
"(2) The amount paid to a State under subsection (1) must not exceed the amount worked out using Part 2 of Schedule 20.
"(3) The Minister may authorise the payment to a State of an amount by way of financial assistance to the State for recurrent expenditure of an approved school system, or of a non-systemic school, in the State for the program year 1992 on community languages provided at or in connection with systemic schools in the school system or the school.
"(4) The amount paid to a State under subsection (3) must not exceed the amount worked out using Part 2 of Schedule 20.
"(5) The Minister is to determine the conditions on which financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year.
"(6) The conditions are to be included in an agreement entered into by the State with the Commonwealth.
"(7) The Minister may only authorise a payment to the State for the program year if the State has entered into the agreement.
"(8) Financial assistance is granted to a State in respect of a government school or any other person or organisation in the State for the program year:
(a) on the conditions set out in the agreement mentioned in subsection (7); and
(b) on the condition that, if the State does not fulfil a condition of the agreement with respect to the grant within the time (if any) specified for fulfilment of the condition:
(i) the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(ii) the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State under subsection (1) until the State fulfils that condition.
"(9) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in subparagraph (8)(b)(i) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts paid to the State under this section in respect of government schools and other persons or organisations for the program year.
"(10) Financial assistance is granted to a State in respect of an approved school system, or a non-systemic school, in the State for the program year on the conditions that:
(a) the State will pay, as soon as possible, to the approved authority of the school system an amount equal to each amount paid to the State under this section in relation to the school system, or the school, for that year; and
(b) when making the payment, the State will describe the amount paid as a payment made out of money provided to the State by the Commonwealth under this section; and
(c) if the State does not fulfil the condition mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b), the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(d) the State will only make a payment to the authority if the authority has entered into an agreement with the Commonwealth for that year; and
(e) if the authority does not fulfil a condition of the agreement, the Minister may delay the making of any further payment to the State under this section in respect of the authority until the authority fulfils that obligation.
"(11) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in paragraph (10)(c) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid to the State under this section in respect of approved school systems and non-systemic schools for the program year.
"(12) The Minister is to determine the conditions of the agreement mentioned in paragraph (10)(d).
"(13) Authorisations under subsections (1) and (3) are to be made by determination in writing.

School language and literacy program - literacy and learning
national element
"39F.(1) The Minister may approve a project for the purposes of this section if:
(a) the project is to be carried out in Australia; and
(b) the sole or principal object of the project is to enhance language, literacy and learning.
"(2) The Minister may authorise the payment to a State for the program year 1992 of an amount by way of financial assistance to the State for expenditure in relation to the approved project.
"(3) The sum of amounts paid to the States for the program year must not exceed the amount in Part 3 of Schedule 20.

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"(4) The Minister is to determine the conditions on which financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year.
"(5) The conditions are to be included in an agreement entered into by the State with the Commonwealth.
"(6) The Minister may only authorise a payment to the State for the program year if the State has entered into the agreement.
"(7) Financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year in relation to an approved project conducted by the State:
(a) on the conditions set out in the agreement; and
(b) on the condition that, if the State does not fulfil a condition of the agreement with respect to the grant within the time (if any) specified for fulfilment of the condition:
(i) the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth an amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(ii) the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State until the State fulfils the condition.
"(8) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in subparagraph (7)(b)(i) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid to the State under this section in relation to the project for the program year.
"(9) Financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year in relation to an approved project conducted by a person or organisation (other than the State) on the conditions that:
(a) the State will pay, as soon as practicable, the person or organisation an amount equal to each amount paid to the State under subsection (2) in relation to the project; and
(b) when making a payment, the State will identify the amount paid to the person or organisation as a payment made in relation to the project from money granted to the State under this section; and
(c) if the State does not fulfil the condition mentioned in paragraph (a) or (b), the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay to the Commonwealth the amount specified by the Minister in the determination; and
(d) the State will only make a payment to the person or organisation if the person or organisation has entered into an agreement with the Commonwealth for that year; and
(e) if the person or organisation does not fulfil a condition of the agreement, the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State under this section in respect of the person or organisation until the person or organisation fulfils that obligation.
"(10) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in paragraph (9)(c) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid to the State under this section in relation to the project for the program year.
"(11) The Minister is to determine the conditions of the agreement mentioned in paragraph (9)(d).
"(12) An approval under subsection (1) and an authorisation under subsection (2) are to be made by determination in writing.

School language and literacy program - literacy and learning general element
"39G.(1) The Minister may authorise the payment to a State for the program year 1992 of an amount by way of financial assistance for recurrent expenditure for that year for professional development programs related to enhancing literacy and learning at secondary level.
"(2) The amount paid to a State for the program year must not exceed the relevant amount in Part 4 of Schedule 20.
"(3) The Minister is to determine the conditions on which financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year.
"(4) The conditions are to be included in an agreement entered into by the State with the Commonwealth.
"(5) The Minster may only authorise a payment to the State for the program year if the State has entered into the agreement.
"(6) Financial assistance is granted to a State for the program year:
(a) on the conditions set out in the agreement; and
(b) on the condition that, if the State does not comply with a condition specified in the agreement relating to the grant within the time (if any) specified in the agreement for fulfilling the condition:
(i) the State will, if the Minister so determines, repay the Commonwealth an amount determined by the Minister; and
(ii) the Minister may delay making any further payment to the State until the State fulfils the condition.
"(7) The amount specified in the determination mentioned in subparagraph 6(b)(i) is not to exceed the sum of the amounts of financial assistance paid to the State under subsection (1) for the program year.
"(8) An authorisation under subsection (1) is to be made by determination in writing.

Variations of Schedule 20
"39H.(1) Subject to subsection (2), the Minister may vary during a program year the amounts set out in Parts 2 and 3 of Schedule 20.
"(2) The Minister must not vary the amounts set out in Parts 2 and 3 of Schedule 20 that relate to a year in a way that, after the variation, the total of those amounts is greater or less than the total of those amounts before the variation.

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"(3) As soon as practicable after making the determination, the Minister must:
(a) send a copy of it to the relevant State Minister; and
(b) cause a copy of it to be laid before each House of the Parliament.
"(4) The variation is to be made by determination in writing.".

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Reductions for false or misleading statements

9. Section 43 of the Principal Act is amended:
(a) by inserting after subsection (1) the following subsections:
"(1A) If:
(a) a statement made to the Minister under this Act by the nominated authority of an aggregation ofnon-systemic schools is false or misleading in a material particular; and
(b) in reliance on the statement, a payment has been made to a State under a provision of this Act in respect of the aggregation of an amount that, in the Minister's opinion, exceeds the amount that would have been authorised to be paid if the statement had not been false or misleading in a material particular;
the Minister may reduce any amount payable to the State under this Act in respect of the aggregation, in a particular program year or during 2 or more program years, by the amount of that excess.
"(1B) The reduction is to be made by determination in writing.";
(b) by omitting from paragraph (2)(b) "than the school would have obtained" and substituting "than, in the Minister's opinion, the school may have obtained".

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Minor amendments of Principal Act

10. The Principal Act is amended as set out in Schedule 1.

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Repeal of Schedules and substitution of new Schedules

11. The Schedules to the Principal Act (other than Schedules 11, 12 and 14) are repealed and the Schedules set out in Schedule 2 to this Act are substituted in their respective appropriate numerical positions.

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Minor amendment of other Act

12. Schedule 1 to the States Grants (Schools Assistance) Amendment Act 1990 is amended as set out in Schedule 3.

STATES GRANTS (SCHOOLS ASSISTANCE) AMENDMENT ACT 1991 No. 178, 1991 - SCHEDULE 1

SCHEDULE 1 Section 10
MINOR AMENDMENTS OF PRINCIPAL ACT
Subsection 12(1):
Omit "Schedule 1", substitute "Part 1 of Schedule 1".

Subsection 12(1B):
Omit "in column 5 of Schedule 1", substitute "in the column
of Part 2 of Schedule 1 that relates to that year".

Subsection 16A(1):
After "recurrent expenditure" (first occurring), insert "in
connection with special education".

Subsection 34(2):
Omit "Schedule 13", substitute "Part 1 of Schedule 13".

Subsection 39A(2):
Omit "a program year", substitute "the 1991 program year".

Subsections 39A(3), (4), (5) and (6):
Omit "a program year", substitute "the program year".

Subsection 39B(1):
Omit "a program year", substitute "the 1991 program year".

Subsections 39B(2), (3) and (4):
Omit "a program year", substitute "the program year".

Subsection 40G(3):
Omit "the program years 1990 and 1991", substitute "the
program years 1990, 1991 and 1992".

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SCHEDULE 2
Section 11
NEW SCHEDULES TO THE PRINCIPAL ACT

SCHEDULE 1
Section 12
CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
PART 1 - GENERAL PROJECTS
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
State 1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
New South Wales 61,677,000 64,270,000 67,151,000 67,061,000
Victoria 43,937,000 45,130,000 47,294,000 47,516,000
Queensland 30,697,000 32,249,000 34,723,000 35,304,000
Western Australia 16,997,000 17,814,000 19,041,000 19,429,000
South Australia 15,306,000 15,668,000 16,649,000 16,682,000

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Tasmania 5,342,000 5,546,000 5,823,000 5,897,000
Australian Capital
Territory 1,901,000 3,453,000 3,653,000 3,659,000
Northern Territory 2,182,000 2,228,000 2,329,000 2,369,000
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Total 178,039,000 186,358,000 196,663,000 197,917,000
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
State 1991 1992
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$ $
New South Wales 8,231,000 4,141,000
Victoria 6,039,000 3,039,000
Queensland 3,753,000 1,889,000
Western Australia 1,944,000 978,000
South Australia 1,781,000 896,000
Tasmania 726,000 366,000
Northern Territory 204,000 103,000
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Total 22,678,000 11,412,000
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SCHEDULE 2 Section 13
GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE OF GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
PART 1 - PRIMARY EDUCATION
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
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226 245 264 279
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PART 2 - SECONDARY EDUCATION
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
312 360 391 411
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PART 3 - PRIMARY EDUCATION - STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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Column 1 Column 2
1991 1992
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$ $
53 56
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PART 4 - SECONDARY EDUCATION - STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES
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Column 1 Column 2
1991 1992
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$ $
78 82
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SCHEDULE 3 Section 14
EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE -
GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
PART 1 - ESL - GENERAL EDUCATION
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
State 1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
New South Wales 12,724,000 13,431,000 13,893,000 14,024,000
Victoria 10,764,000 11,361,000 11,756,000 11,866,000< Queensland 2,645,000 2,792,000 2,889,000 2,916,000
Western Australia 2,647,000 2,794,000 2,892,000 2,919,000
South Australia 2,753,000 2,906,000 3,007,000 3,035,000
Tasmania 361,000 381,000 395,000 399,000
Australian Capital

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Territory 361,000 722,000 747,000 754,000
Northern Territory 320,000 338,000 349,000 352,000
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Total 32,575,000 34,725,000 35,928,000 36,265,000
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PART 2 - ESL - NEW ARRIVALS
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
2,271 2,398 2,480 2,504
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SCHEDULE 4
Sections 15 and 27
DISADVANTAGED SCHOOLS
PART 1 - 1989

New South Wales 13,541,000 2,727,000
Victoria 11,558,000 2,937,000
Queensland 4,002,000 611,000
Western Australia 3,180,000 522,000
South Australia 3,298,000 346,000
Tasmania 942,000 101,000
Australian Capital Territory 23,000 8,000
Northern Territory 992,000 35,000
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Total 37,536,000 7,287,000
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PART 2 - 1990

New South Wales 14,293,000 2,879,000
Victoria 12,200,000 3,100,000
Queensland 4,225,000 645,000
Western Australia 3,357,000 551,000
South Australia 3,481,000 365,000
Tasmania 994,000 106,000
Australian Capital Territory 46,000 16,000
Northern Territory 1,047,000 37,000
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Total 39,643,000 7,699,000
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PART 3 - 1991

New South Wales 17,932,000 2,978,000
Victoria 12,622,000 3,272,000
Queensland 6,020,000 668,000
Western Australia 5,069,000 570,000
South Australia 4,478,000 377,000
Tasmania 2,189,000 112,000
Australian Capital Territory 48,000 16,000
Northern Territory 1,083,000 71,000
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Total 49,441,000 8,064,000
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PART 4 - 1992

New South Wales 18,101,000 3,006,000
Victoria 12,740,000 3,303,000
Queensland 6,077,000 674,000
Western Australia 5,117,000 575,000
South Australia 4,520,000 381,000
Tasmania 2,209,000 113,000
Australian Capital Territory 48,000 16,000
Northern Territory 1,093,000 72,000
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Total 49,905,000 8,140,000
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SCHEDULE 5> Sections 16, 16A, 17, 21, 28, 28A, 36, 37
and 37A
SPECIAL EDUCATION
PART 1 - 1989
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
State Government Government Non- Non- Special Children Early
Special integration government government Education with Special
Education activities Special integration Services severe Education< (including Education activities disabilities
integration (including
activities) integration
activities)
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$ $ $ $ $ $ $
New South
Wales 7,546,000 585,000 1,947,000 166,000 4,137,000 1,582,000 1,660,000
Victoria 5,375,000 416,000 1,785,000 152,000 5,258,000 1,193,000 1,207,000
Queensland 3,755,000 291,000 842,000 72,000 1,902,000 801,000 821,000
Western
Australia 2,079,000 161,000 442,000 38,000 1,083,000 446,000 473,000
South
Australia 1,873,000 145,000 381,000 33,000 3,105,000 380,000 394,000
Tasmania 654,000 51,000 125,000 11,000 284,000 134,000 141,000
Australian
Capital
Territory 191,000 2,000 7,000 7,000 145,000 45,000 44,000
Northern
Territory 267,000 21,000 36,000 3,000 144,000 55,000 63,000
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Total 21,740,000 1,672,000 5,565,000 482,000 16,058,000 4,636,000 4,803,000
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PART 2 - 1990
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7 Column 8
State Government Government Non- Non- Special Children Early
Special integration government government Education with Special
Education activities Special integration Services severe Education
(including Education activities disabilities
integration (including
activities) integration
activities)
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$ $ $ $ $ $ $
New South
Wales 7,991,000 619,000 2,048,000 176,000 4,621,000 1,674,000 1,753,000
Victoria 5,612,000 435,000 1,872,000 160,000 5,550,000 1,244,000 1,273,000
Queensland
4,010,000 311,000 896,000 76,000 2,278,000 856,000 868,000
Western
Australia 2,215,000 172,000 477,000 41,000 1,269,000 484,000 513,000
South
Australia 1,948,000 150,000 403,000 34,000 2,603,000 394,000 410,000
Tasmania 690,000 53,000 130,000 11,000 366,000 138,000 144,000
Australian
Capital
Territory 429,000 33,000 13,000 13,000 272,000 88,000 88,000
Northern
Territory 277,000 22,000 40,000 3,000 162,000 56,000 64,000
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Total 23,172,000 1,795,000 5,879,000 514,000 17,121,000 4,934,000 5,113,000
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PART 3 - 1991
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
State School Schoolss Intervention Capital
Support Support Support Support
Government Non- Joint Non-
Element Government Element Government
Element Element
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$ $ $ $
New South Wales 8,187,000 7,253,000 4,627,000
Victoria 5,765,000 7,657,000 3,406,000
Queensland 4,232,000 3,574,000 2,337,000
Western Australia 2,322,000 1,945,000 1,344,000
South Australia 2,030,000 2,413,000 1,087,000
Tasmania 710,000 583,000 381,000
Australian Capital
Territory 445,000 295,000 238,000
Northern Territory 284,000 223,000 160,000
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Total 23,975,000 23,943,000 13,580,000 3,859,000

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PART 4 - 1992
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
State Schools Schools Intervention Capital
Support Support Support Support
Government Non- Joint Non-
Element Government Element Government
Element Element
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$ $ $ $
New South Wales 8,199,000 7,200,000 4,809,000
Victoria 5,810,000 7,103,000 4,001,000
Queensland 4,317,000 3,020,000 3,011,000
Western Australia 2,375,000 1,919,000 1,404,000
South Australia 2,040,000 1,499,000 1,254,000
Tasmania 721,000 487,000 468,000
Australian Capital
Territory 447,000 451,000 254,000
Northern Territory 290,000 175,000 189,000
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Total 24,199,000 21,854,000 15,390,000 3,883,000
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SCHEDULE 6 Section 21
NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS AND CENTRES - CAPITAL PROJECTS
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
Year General Capital Projects
projects projects assisting
for retention
children with
disabilities
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$ $ $
1989 59,456,000 2,776,000
1990 64,578,000 3,564,000
1991 68,149,000 11,339,000
1992 68,584,000 11,412,000
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SCHEDULE 7
Subsection 22(1)
GENERAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE OF NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
PART 1 - PRIMARY EDUCATION
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
Level of assistance 1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
1 347 366 379 386
2 463 488 505 514
3 539 593 622 640
4 699 738 764 779
5 774 833 874 897
6 826 914 961 991
7 884 992 1,054 1,087
8 1,036 1,112 1,158 1,183
9 1,074 1,162 1,215 1,247
10 1,115 1,213 1,277 1,311
11 1,155 1,267 1,338 1,375
12 1,195 1,318 1,399 1,439

PART 2 - SECONDARY EDUCATION

1 550 580 601 613
2 733 774 801 816
3 812 880 921 945
4 1,112 1,174 1,214 1,238
5 1,163 1,241 1,293 1,321
6 1,251 1,363 1,428 1,463
7 1,338 1,479 1,562 1,607
8 1,553 1,648 1,711 1,747
9 1,618 1,732 1,801 1,842
10 1,683 1,812 1,892 1,935
11 1,741 1,886 1,980 2,029
12 1,796 1,957 2,067 2,125
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SCHEDULE 8 Subsection 22 (2)
ESTABLISHMENT GRANTS
PART 1 - NON-GOVERNMENT PRIMARY SCHOOLS
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
Year of establishment 1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
1986 58 0 0 0
1987 116 60 0 0
1988 174 121 62 0
1989 174 121 62 64

PART 2 - NON-GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Year of establishment
1986 92 0 0 0
1987 184 96 0 0
1988 276 193 100 0
1989 276 193 100 102
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SCHEDULE 9
Section 24
SHORT TERM EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE FOR NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4
1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $
418,000 441,000 455,000 459,000
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SCHEDULE 10
Sections 25 and 26
EDUCATION IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE - NON-GOVERNMENT SCHOOLS
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
Year ESL - general education ESL-new arrivals
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$ $
1989 11,673,000 2,271
1990 12,457,000 2,398
1991 12,889,000 2,480
1992 13,139,000 2,504
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SCHEDULE 13 Sections 34 and 34A
PRESCRIBED COUNTRY AREAS
PART 1 - GENERAL PROJECTS
Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5
State 1989 1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $ $

New South Wales 3,095,000 3,267,000 3,381,000 3,414,000
Victoria 1,830,000 1,932,000 1,998,000 2,019,000
Queensland 2,974,000 3,139,000 3,247,000 3,277,000
Western Australia 2,188,000 2,309,000 2,390,000 2,411,000
South Australia 1,288,000 1,360,000 1,406,000 1,420,000
Tasmania 430,000 453,000 469,000 473,000
Northern Territory 460,000 486,000 504,000 507,000
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Total 12,265,000 12,946,000 13,395,000 13,521,000
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PART 2 - NATIONAL PROJECTS
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Column 1 Column 2
Year Amount
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$
1992 3,276,000
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SCHEDULE 15
Section 38
APPROVED EDUCATION CENTRES
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Year Amount
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$
1989 2,013,000
1990 2,125,000
1991 2,198,000
1992 2,219,000
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SCHEDULE 16
Section 39
PROJECTS OF NATIONAL SIGNIFICANCE
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Column 1 Column 2
Year Amount
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1989 1,962,000
1990 1,847,000
1991 2,066,000
1992 2,412,000
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SCHEDULE 17
Section 40B
CAPITAL PROJECTS IN RELATION TO RURAL STUDENT HOSTELS
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
1990 1991 1992
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$ $ $
3,524,000 2,898,000 1,417,000
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SCHEDULE 18
Sections 39A and 39B
LITERACY AND LEARNING
PART 1 - NATIONAL ELEMENT
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Column 1
1991
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$
1,000,000
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PART 2 - GENERAL ELEMENT
Column 1 Column 2
State 1991
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$
New South Wales 1,575,000
Victoria 1,199,000
Queensland 502,000
Western Australia 424,000
South Australia 368,000
Tasmania 173,000
Northern Territory 87,000
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Total 4,328,000
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SCHEDULE 19
Section 40G
AWARD RESTRUCTURING
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Column 1
1990, 1991 and 1992
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$
174,098,000
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SCHEDULE 20
Sections 39C, 39E, 39F and 39G
SCHOOL LANGUAGE AND LITERACY PROGRAM
PART 1 - PRIORITY LANGUAGES INCENTIVE ELEMENT
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Column 1 Column 2
Year Maximum amount
per eligible
Year 12 student
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$
1992 300
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PART 2 - COMMUNITY LANGUAGES ELEMENT
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Column 1 Column 2 Column 3
State 1992 1992
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Government Non-government
schools and schools
other persons
or organisations
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$ $
New South Wales 2,456,000 748,000
Victoria 1,662,000 2,758,000
Queensland 455,000 272,000
South Australia 348,000 109,000
Western Australia 260,000 128,000
Tasmania 18,000 4,000
Northern Territory 28,000 0
Australian Capital Territory 75,000 79,000
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Total 5,302,000 4,098,000
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PART 3 - LITERACY AND LEARNING
NATIONAL ELEMENT
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Column 1 Column 2
Year Amount
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$
1992 1,024,000
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PART 4 - LITERACY AND LEARNING GENERAL ELEMENT
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Column 1 Column 2
State 1992
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$
New South Wales 1,957,000
Victoria 1,490,000
Queensland 624,000
South Australia 457,000
Western Australia 527,000
Tasmania 215,000
Northern Territory 108,000
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Total 5,378,000
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STATES GRANTS (SCHOOLS ASSISTANCE) AMENDMENT ACT 1991 No. 178, 1991 - SCHEDULE 3

SCHEDULE 3
Section 12
AMENDMENT OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE STATES GRANTS (SCHOOLS
ASSISTANCE) AMENDMENT ACT 1990
Omit "Paragraph 39(b)(c)", substitute "Paragraph 39(6)(c)".