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Department of Education (Tasmania)

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Department of Education
Government department overview
JurisdictionTasmania
Minister responsible
Government department executive
Child agencies
Websitewww.education.tas.gov.au

The Department of Education is a government department within the Government of Tasmania with responsibility for primary and secondary education, library and information services, vocational education and training services, children's services, assessment and certification services and youth affairs.

The department is led by its Secretary, Tim Bullard.[1] The Secretary is responsible to the Minister for Education and Training, presently the Hon. Jeremy Rockliff MP.

State Library

The headquarters of the State Library of Tasmania is located in Hobart. The State Library administers and funds all public libraries in Tasmania. There are 7 city/suburban lending libraries and 39 smaller branch libraries located throughout Tasmania. The State Library also maintains the heritage and reference collections.

School system

The Department is responsible for all aspects of education in Tasmania including schooling, Adult Education, the State Library and TAFE Tasmania, a vocational tertiary institution with many campuses around the state.

Schools in the public education system include: 138 primary schools (Kindergarten to Grade 6), 57 high schools (Grade 7 to 10) and 8 colleges (Grade 11 and 12).

Tertiary education

TasTAFE (formerly TAFE Tasmania) is an Australian tertiary body of the Australian state-based Technical and Further Education system. It includes two institutes, the Institute of TasTAFE and the Drysdale Institute.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Organisational chart" (PDF). Department of Education. Tasmanian Government. Retrieved 15 July 2016. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)

External links

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