Making education accessible to all
Australians with disability are receiving more support than ever to get an education.
Young Historian of the Year 2019 announced
Australia’s brightest young historians have been recognised at the annual National History Challenge awards, showcasing their quality research skills while exploring the theme ‘People and Power…
Quality teachers have biggest impact on disadvantaged students
Teacher quality, classroom environment and school leadership are the biggest in-school factors affecting educational outcomes for Indigenous, regional, remote and disadvantaged students.
Our higher education system is built on opportunity and excellence. The two go hand-in-hand. When we provide people with opportunity through education great things happen.
Regional Employment Trials delivering local job opportunities Townsville
The Morrison Government’s $18.4 million Regional Employment Trials (RET) program is helping job seekers in Townsville find meaningful work.
Teacher well-being in the spotlight
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said teachers needed more support in the classroom to help them lift student outcomes.
Ban mobile phones from schools
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has strongly endorsed the Tasmanian Government’s decision today to ban mobile phones from its schools.
New Colombo Plan 2020 Scholars
Today we congratulate the next 125 New Colombo Plan (NCP) scholars who will take up exciting opportun
Inspiring VET alumni stories shared via new portal
The Morrison Government is making it easier to engage with Australia’s world-class vocational education and training (VET) graduates, training providers and employers.
Roadmap to national VET sector reform
The Council of Australian Governments (COAG) Skills Council met in Brisbane today to agree on an ambitious approach to enhancing the vocational education and training (VET) system.
International education makes significant economic contribution
International education contributed $37.6 billion to the Australian economy last financial year, which was a $5 billion increase.
Growing engagement between Australia and India
India will be a growing source of international students and tertiary education opportunities for Australia, according to a new report released today.