Additional targeted support for students and families
The Morrison Government is building on its $51 billion investment in education contained in the Budget through additional targeted measures to support students and famil
$5 million for Campion College
The Coalition Government is supporting choice and diversity in education by providing funding towards upgrades at Campion College Australia.
Ararat partnership to boost agriculture in Wannon
Minister for Education and Member for Wannon Dan Tehan said the research partnership between Federation University Australia and Ararat Rural City Council would deliver benefits for the Wannon…
Skills and Training Incentives for Mature Aged Workers
The Australian Government is providing additional assistance to mature age workers with a $11.6 million investment to extend the Skills and Training Incentive for eligible mature aged Australians…
More equitable treatment for student teachers
Student teachers will benefit from being allowed to sit their compulsory literacy and numeracy test before they start their degree to avoid unnecessary course costs and
Community Connections for Seasonal Workers
The Australian Government will provide $1 million over two years to better support Pacific and Timor-Leste workers in the Seasonal Worker Programme (SWP) while they are in Australia.
Critical support for Australian university research
The Morrison Government will invest nearly $3 billion in university research block grants next year, including the additional $1 billion for research announced in the Budget.
Ensuring mental health professionals are job ready
Australians who want to support their community as psychologists, social workers, youth workers, counsellors and community workers will now pay less for their degree thr
Finishing the 2020 school year
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has praised Australia’s students, teachers, principals, parents and carers who have completed a school year like no other.
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