Funding certainty for Victorian students
The Morrison Government’s record funding will continue to flow to every school in Victoria.
Launching Australia’s space future
A new research training centre based in Sydney will develop a world-class Australian space industry in small satellites and train a skilled workforce to grow the sector.
Labour Force figures: More Australians in work than ever before
Labour force figures released today by the ABS underscore the strength and resilience of the Australian labour market, with seasonally adjusted employment increasing by 42,300 in May 2019, to…
Doorstop, Parliament House, Canberra
E&OE Subject/s: ABS Labour Force figures, wages, personal income tax relief, John Setka, payroll tax
Funding for schools affected by North Queensland floods
School students whose families were affected by this year’s floods in North Queensland will be supported to stay in school thanks to the Morrison Government.
Ensuring the safety of international students
The Morrison Government condemns the targeting of international students by criminals.
Literacy and numeracy tests ensuring high-quality teachers
The literacy and numeracy test for teaching students is ensuring that graduate teachers have the necessary skills required in the classroom.
Statement on Ministerial appointment
I am honoured to have been sworn in today as Minister for Employment, Skills, Small and Family Business in the re-elected Morrison Government.
Reappointment as Minister for Education
I thank Prime Minister Scott Morrison for once again asking me to serve as Minister for Education.
Disadvantaged schools get high-achieving teachers
Students at disadvantaged schools will benefit when high-achieving university graduates, including those with a STEM degree and those from a regional background, are rec
Giant leap for Giant Steps Melbourne school for children with Autism
The Morrison Government is investing $9.7 million to expand the Giant Steps Melbourne school and reduce the waiting list for its specialist education for children with A
Melbourne's Jewish Holocaust Centre to expand and reach more Victorians
The Morrison Government is providing $10 million to Melbourne’s Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC), helping expand the size of the museum as it increases its educational acti