The Hon Andrew Gee MP
- Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education
- Minister Assisting the Minister for Trade and Investment
The Hon Andrew Gee was sworn in as Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education on 6 February 2020.
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Child care grants to support improved early learning
Competitive grants are now available to support approved child care services in vulnerable and disadvantaged communities, regional and remote locations, and services that support vulnerable children.
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
Search for future school leaders begins
Teachers in regional and rural schools can now apply to join a new leadership program that will help develop the next generation of school leaders.
Australia’s young historians recognised
A talented Year 10 student from Sydney has taken out Australia’s most prestigiou
2021 Tim Fischer and Bob Hawke John Monash Scholarships
Daniel Yore and Alice Crawford were named the recipients of the 2021 Tim Fischer and Bob Hawke John Monash Scholarships respectively, by the General Sir John Monash Foun
More scholarships for students to study in the regions
The Coalition Government will provide more than $9.5 million in scholarships for students to study in regional Australia from semester one 2021.
CUC Parkes celebrates improved access to higher education for the community
The Country Universities Centre (CUC) Parkes was today officially opened.
Regional University Centre opens in Bairnsdale
The Gippsland East Study Hub was formally opened in Bairnsdale today to support more students to learn skills and qualifications locally.
Medical boost for Murray Darling Network
The Central West of New South Wales is set to benefit with 37 medical student places to be funded by the Australian Government at Charles Sturt University’s new medical school in Orange.
Outcomes from Regional Boarding School Roundtable
“Today, I met with peak boarding school representatives across Australia to discuss border closures and their impact on regional boarding schools, students and their families.
Interstate boarding school students deserve answers
“Yesterday afternoon a document was circulated to a number of parties and media outlets purporting to be an official exemption from the Queensland Chief Health Officer which grants interstate…
Cross border issues for students and school staff
At today’s Education Council, the Australian Government advocated for consideration to be given to boarding school students who have to cross a state or territory border to get home for the…