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.
New leaders in education
Alistair Maclean has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer to Australia’s independent national quality assurance and regulatory agency for higher education, the Tertiary Education…
Supporting accountability and NAPLAN
Because of COVID-19, now more than ever, we need the NAPLAN test.
Stawell underground laboratory on track
Minister for Education and Member for Wannon Dan Tehan says scientists could start experiments to detect dark matter as early as next year, following the completion of excavation work for the…
Better understanding the needs of international students
Australia’s education sector has shown leadership, innovation and good practice in supporting the mental health and safety of international students, according to a new report.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Leon Byner, FIVEaa Mornings
SUBJECTS: Border closures, International students
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Fran Kelly, ABC RN Breakfast
SUBJECTS: Job-ready Graduates legislation, Year 12 students, Thousand Talents Plan, COVID-19 and Victoria
More protection for domestic students in higher education
Australian higher education students who pay for their studies upfront will be protected from losing their money if their private provider stops teaching or shuts down.