G’day Peter Coaldrake and other TEQSA Commissioners, to the vice chancellors on the line, as well as the 900 other participants of th
New CIS report shows need for reform in teacher education
The conclusion of today’s Centre for Independent Studies report on initial teacher education (ITE) is that there is need for reform i
Interview - Sky News with Laura Jayes
Subjects: Fully vaccinated eligible visa holders and international students entering Australia soon, federal ICAC, religious discrimination bill LAURA JAYES:
From ivory towers to engines of successful industry
How do we get our universities to be more like Stanford or Hebrew University where it is not just about publishing more and more academic papers, but working closely with industry to create…
Further support for international education sector and international students
The Morrison Government will introduce further targeted measures to support the international education sector to roar back, as international borders reopen.
Trailblazer Universities to build jobs of the future
Four new research and industry hubs will lead Australia’s breakthroughs in critical national manufacturing priorities.
Turning little ripples into big waves for our children’s future
The Morrison Government has launched a new resource to make it easier for parents and carers to start positive conversations with their children that help raise career aspirations, address biases…
Interview - 5AA with Leon Byner
Subjects: Skilled workers and international students re-entering Australia LEON BYNER:
Further steps to reopen Australia and secure our economic recovery
Australia continues to take further steps to safely reopen to the world, with additional changes to our international border arrangements coming into effect on 1 December.
Interview - Today Show with Allison Langdon and Anna Caldwell
Topics: Final parliamentary sitting 2021; The Senate; Calling out political violence; Support for Abdallah Family Memorial; Cricket sexting scandal
Interview — Sky News Sunday Agenda with Andrew Clennell
Topics: Religious freedom legislation; COVID-19 restrictions and vaccine mandates; politicians retiring; Australian labour market
Champions of Australia’s skills sector celebrated
Sixteen of the nation’s best apprentices, students, training providers, teachers and businesses have been recognised for their hard work and dedication at the 2021 Australian Training Awards.