There were 752 Enlistments. Of those, 724 were teachers, two were school medical officers, one was a school nurse, and one an inspector of schools. The remaining 24 belonged to the clerical division of the public service, and were employed in the education department.
The Education Department War Service records are a wonderful and comprehensive record of hundreds of Victorians involved in the Great War 1914-1917. It includes biographies and photos of those who served, those who were killed and those who returned. It's a great genealogy tool for anyone exploring their ancestry or building their family tree.