Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Lisa Millar and Paul Kennedy, ABC News Breakfast
SUBJECTS: Return to the Child Care Subsidy, Schools
More children accessing subsidised child care
The Australian Government’s Child Care Subsidy system was supporting the delivery of more subsidised care to children in the December 2019 quarter.
Strengthening maths teaching in Australian schools
The Coalition Government is committed to strengthening the capacity of teachers to teach mathematics and numeracy in Australian schools.
Funding collaborations that lead to job-ready graduates
The Morrison Government is providing $900 million to fund partnerships between universities and industry that lead to more job-ready graduates.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Hamish Macdonald and Susie Youssef, The Project
SUBJECTS: Return to the Child Care Subsidy, Schools in Victoria and coronavirus
Statement on fee relief for Victorian parents
The Morrison Government has acted quickly to provide certainty to Victorian families using child care who will be impacted by the Victorian Government’s COVID-19 lockdown announced today.
Regional Universities Roundtable series to kick off this Wednesday
Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education Andrew Gee, will host the first of a series of Reg
Inspiring more female researchers
The Morrison Government today awards two special fellowships to leading female researchers, who will work to promote and inspire greater female participation in research.
$44.2 million to support world-leading Australian researchers
The Morrison Government is providing $44.2 million to fund some of Australia’s top academics to continue their world-leading research in the national interest.
NEIS helps Australians start their own business and celebrates a big anniversary
The New Business Assistance with NEIS (New Enterprise Incentive Scheme) program turns 35 years old this week and it’s only getting better with age, continuing to create opportunities for…
STEM camp goes online
Australia’s most promising school students with a passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics will take part in the annual
WA workers learning COVID-19 safety skills
New short courses in infection control are now being rolled out to help customer-facing businesses open safely and minimise the risk of COVID-19 spreading.