New research hubs to lead innovation in Australia
The Morrison Government is investing in partnerships between universities and industry that will produce world-leading research and real-world commercial outcomes that create jobs and drive…
Securing workers for Australian Farmers
More regional areas across Australia will benefit from the expansion of Harvest Trail Services into all major horticulture regions across the country.
Support for Australia’s young Entrepreneurs
The Morrison Government is continuing the successful Youth Entrepreneurship Facilitators for a further two years, until 2022.
Support flows to more disadvantaged students
More than 50,000 disadvantaged young people have received education scholarships backed by the Morrison Government.
Inaugural report of the National Skills Commission: the Australian labour market and Covid-19
A report released today by the National Skills Commission (NSC) shows that while the impact of COVID-19 on the labour market has been significant, some data indicates early signs of stabilisation…
Research Sustainability working group
A working group of university Vice Chancellors will provide advice to the Minister for Education about sustainable approaches to research funding for universities during COVID-19 and beyond.
National Priorities and Industry Linkage Fund working group
A working group of university Vice Chancellors will help design the Morrison Government’s $900 million fund to enhance engagement between higher education and industry, with a strong focus on STEM…
Tax deadline extended for Child Care Subsidy families
Families receiving the Child Care Subsidy (CCS) will now have until 31 March 2021 to submit their 2018-19 tax return for CCS purposes.
Enhancing the cyber security of Australia’s universities
The Morrison Government will provide $1.6 million to enhance the cyber security of Australia’s universities. The Government will fund:
Extension To Regional Employment Trial program
The Morrison Government’s Regional Employment Trial program has been extended for 12 months to allow existing projects affected by the COVID-19 pandemic to be completed.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Tom Tilley and Annika Smethurst, The Briefing podcast
SUBJECTS: Job-ready graduates, Regional reforms
John Hattie reappointed as AITSL Chair
Respected education academic John Hattie will continue to lead Australia’s efforts to improve teaching quality and school leadership.