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Funding certainty for ACT preschools
Children in the ACT will have access to 600 hours of quality preschool in 2019 after the Morrison Government reached agreement with the Territory Government.
South Australia commits to national reforms for schools
The South Australian Government has committed to better outcomes for its students by today signing up to a new National School Reform Agreement.
Young apprentices, small business benefit from bush wage subsidy trial
The Liberal and Nationals’ Government will invest $60 million to trial a wage subsidy as an incentive for employers in regional and rural communities to engage more apprentices.
New school-based program to support children’s mental health
A new school-based mental health program that aims to give teachers the tools to help students manage their mental health will be launched today following a $98.6 million investment from the…
Supporting our ageing population
Australians will benefit from new ways to meet the challenges of an ageing population thanks to research produced at a Centre of Excellence funded by the Morrison Govern
New apprentice wage subsidy to support regional and rural businesses
The Liberal and Nationals’ Government will invest $60 million to trial a wage subsidy as an incentive for employers in regional and rural communities to engage more appr
Government driving down cost of child care
Our Government’s new Child Care Subsidy has driven down out-of-pocket costs for parents.
University graduates take advantage of record jobs growth
Almost 90 per cent of university graduates are in full-time work with a median salary of $70,000 within three years of graduating.
Helping students make informed choices
Students will be able to better discover, compare and apply for more than 7000 higher education courses using a new website launched today.
Strengthening public confidence in university research funding
The Morrison Government will improve the public’s confidence in taxpayer funded university research by strengthening the application process for Australian Research Coun
Research to convert industry waste into valuable products
A new research hub based in Victoria that focuses on innovative ways to convert paper waste into sustainable products will create jobs and business opportunities for Australians.
Celebrating Australia’s teachers
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has paid tribute to the teachers who make a difference in the lives of their students on Australian World Teachers’ Day today.