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... ACT public school ... ACT public school enrolments on

the rise after years of decline,

The one that got away - the

remaining Ned Kelly painting remaining Ned Kelly painting goes to

Sydney,And, a welcome boost for Sydney,And, a welcome boost for

preschool services in Queanbeyan.

Good evening, I' m Jessica Good, Good evening, I' m Jessica Good, ACT

public school enrolments are

bouncing back after nearly a

bouncing back after nearly a decade

of decline. While pleased with the of decline. While pleased with the

latest Census results, the latest Census results, the Education

Minister admits the government

still has work to do, attracting

students from the booming private

students from the booming private

sector. The ACT School Census

sector. The ACT School Census shows

there' s been a one point five per

cent increase in students cent increase in students enrolled

in public schools since 2009.