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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.
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.
Ensuring integrity in higher education
An integrity unit will be created to work with the higher education sector to protect the interests of students and the reputation of Australia’s higher education sector
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Kieran Gilbert, Sky News
SUBJECTS: Coronavirus and schools, School holidays, Reopening of state borders, Job-ready graduates, Regional reforms
Call for nominations to design STEM-focussed industry fund
Minister for Education Dan Tehan today invited university Vice-Chancellors to work with the Government to design a $900 million industry linkage fund that will support universities and industry…
Marketplace for online microcredentials
The Morrison Government will provide $4.3 million to build and run a one-stop-shop for microcredentials to help students identify educational opportunities.
Positive reaction to job-ready graduates plan
The Coalition Government’s plans for higher education which include cheaper degrees for students in areas of future job demand and more money for regional students and universities has received…
National Skills Commission to help Australia's economic recovery
A vital element to the Morrison Government’s JobMaker strategy has been locked in, with the National Skills Commissioner Bill passing through Parliament.
Designs unveiled as Launceston’s new university campus builds momentum
Designs have been revealed for the River’s Edge and Willis Street buildings – the final major buildings of the University of Tasmania’s new Launceston campus.
Tertiary reforms to unleash potential of regional Australia
The Coalition Government is providing an additional $400 million to increase opportunities for regional, rural and remote students to get a world-class education and support regional university…