Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Tom Connell, Sky News
SUBJECTS: COVID-19 and Victoria, Schools in Victoria, Child care in Victoria
Cross border issues for students and school staff
At today’s Education Council, the Australian Government advocated for consideration to be given to boarding school students who have to cross a state or territory border to get home for the…
Young Australian poets follow in the footsteps of renowned bush poet Dorothea Mackellar
Today Australia’s up and coming young poets were recognised at one of the nation’s oldest and most iconic poetry competitions, the Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards.
Cracking down on cheating at universities
Cheats who sell their services by taking exams or writing essays for university students will face jail time and heavy fines under new laws passed by the Morrison Government that came into effect…
Industry Training Hub now open for Townsville youth
Senior secondary school students in Townsville will have new opportunities to develop skills and learn about local in-demand occupations with the opening of an Industry Training Hub.
Thank you to our early childhood educators
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has acknowledged the extraordinary commitment of Australia’s early childhood educators who continue to support families through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Supporting Australian business to fill critical skills needs
A new priority skills list and strengthened labour market testing will allow small numbers of sponsored skilled workers to return to Australia to fill urgent skills needs in critical sectors,…
Local taskforces to aid jobs recovery
More than 900,000 job seekers are set to benefit from local jobs taskforces with specialised expertise and knowledge to get more Australians back into work.
Adult Learners Week 2020: a chance to refresh and reskill
It’s never too late to learn and Adult Learners Week 2020, which kicks off today, will help people find new skills in a rapidly changing labour market.
Bringing our interstate boarding school students home and back again safely
Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education, Andrew Gee, has called on state and territory governments to come to the table to map out a COVID-safe pathway for
Minister for Education Dan Tehan with Jim Wilson, 2GB Drive
SUBJECTS: NAPLAN, Job-ready Graduates package, Parliamentary inquiry into foreign interference in Australian universities
Job-ready Graduates most likely to succeed
University graduates with vocational degrees are the most likely to be in full-time employment, according to new data published today.