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From April to Dec. 1993 the Education Dept. was incorporated with the Children's Services Office and the Dept. of Employment and Technical and Further Education into the new Dept. of Education, Employment and Training, although the Education Dept. and the other two pre-existing bodies continued publishing under their own names. In Jan. 1994 the new department was disbanded and the Education Dept. and the Children's Services Office were merged to form the new Dept. for Education and Children's Services. In Nov. 1997 the Dept. merged with the Dept. for Employment, Training and Further Education, the Office of Tertiary Education and some smaller bodies to become the Dept. of Education, Training and Employment. Works by these bodies are entered under the name used at the time of publication

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[Adelaide] : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, c1994
 
 
Adelaide : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, c1996
 
 
Campbelltown, S. Aust. : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, 1997
 
 
 
Adelaide : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, 2005
 
 
[Adelaide] : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, 1997
 
 
[Adelaide] : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, c1994
 
 
Adelaide : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, 1996-1997
 
by Moyle, Kathryn
Adelaide, S. Aust. : South Australia, Dept.of Education and Children's Services, 2004
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
 
[Adelaide] : Dept. for Education and Children's Services, c1996
 
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