Quick Overview of Department of Education Abroad

Quick Overview of Department of Education Abroad

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Quick Overview of Department of Education Abroad
New South Wales Department of Education
New South Wales, Australia is commonly known to locals as "NSW." The Department of Education and Training is the name of the Department of Education in NSW. The NSW Department of Education and Training is responsible for adult education, migrant education, higher education, pre-school education, and primary education. The Department of Education in NSW has limited responsibility for tertiary education provided by universities and Technical and Further Education (TAFE) schools.


Gauteng Department of Education
The Gauteng Department of Education, South Africa is responsible for education in the smallest but most populated province in South Africa. The Department of Education in South Africa has promised to install Information and Communications Technology laboratories in every public school in the Province under an initiative known as "Gauteng Online."
Department of Education and Science


The Department of Education and Science is the previous name for the Department of Education in Ireland. It has been renamed the Department of Education and Skills. Due to the fact that Irish Catholics are obliged to be educated by persons influenced by the Catholic Church, the Department of Education in Ireland has retained the close relationship that developed between the Church and the Department of Education and Science.


Department of Education in Victoria
The Department of Education in Victoria, Australia bears the same responsibilities as the New South Wales Department of Education. The full name of the Department of Education in Victoria is the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development.


Department of Education in the Philippines
The Department of Education in the Philippines has undergone a drastic reorganization over the last decade, with many of its traditional responsibilities being given to new departments.

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