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BOSTES Review 2016

All member associations have received a letter from PTC NSW regarding the review of BOSTES. As President of PTC NSW Dr Denis Mootz was invited to meet with the review panel. Nerina Pretlove, PTC NSW Vice President, and your representative on the QTC and PLEAC groups, was also invited. Together they presented PTC NSW's position on a range of issues related to BOSTES operation and teacher accreditation processes.

As part of PTC NSW’s function to provide advocacy on member association’s behalf a submission was lodge on your behalf and a copy distributed for your reference and tabling at your next Board meeting. We would welcome any comments from member associations around the submission, which we will collate and distribute to you all.

Comments are to be emailed to the PTC NSW Executive Officer on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. as soon as practical. Should PTC NSW have an additional opportunity to address the review we will ensure these additional views are submitted. icon Link to PTC NSW BOSTES Review letter to associations (318.97 kB)

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