Supporting choice and affordability for parents
The Coalition Government will support parental choice and affordability in education through a $1.2 billion fund.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Chris Smith, Sky News
SUBJECTS: The Review of the Adoption of the Model Code on Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom, TIMMS, International students and pilot programs, Returning Australians
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Patricia Karvelas, ABC Afternoon Briefing
SUBJECTS: The Review of the Adoption of the Model Code on Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom, International students and pilot programs, Returning Australians, Terrorism-related charges, Reshuffle
Minister for Education Dan Tehan and Professor (Emeritus) Sally Walker AM press conference
Subjects: The Review of the Adoption of the Model Code on Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom
Adoption of French Model Code mixed
University governing bodies should be required to publish a statement on their institution’s alignment with the French Model Code that protects freedom of speech and academic freedom.
Student teachers become job-ready graduates
Australians who start a teaching degree next year will pay less for their degree and graduate into a profession with strong employment prospects.
Encouraging improvements in maths and science results
Australian students have achieved improved results in international mathematics and science tests released today.
6PR Mornings – Interview with Gareth Parker
E&OE Subject/s: Casual Workers, National Skills Commission Report, and JobTrainer.
2GB Interview with Deborah Knight
E&OE Subjects: Casual Workers, National Skills Commission Report.
Supporting more women in STEM
The Morrison Government will support up to 500 women to study science, technology, engineering or mathematics.
More young women to participate in STEM camp
More Australian girls with a passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics will take part in the annual Curious Minds Summer Camp.
$1 million for creative arts scholarships
Students from regional and remote Australia will be supported to study the creative arts through a new scholarship program worth $1 million.