The Hon Andrew Gee MP
- Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education
- Minister Assisting the Minister for Trade and Investment
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Statement on Charles Sturt University – Independent Audit Needed
Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education and Member for Calare, Andrew Gee has called for an independent, external audit of Charles Sturt University’s financial position.
More support for regional students
The Coalition Government is delivering on an election commitment by announcing the location of nine new Regional University Centres that will support students to remain
Kids back in school
Decentralisation and Regional Education Minister and Member for Calare Andrew Gee, has welcomed the return of face-to-face teaching across New South Wales and Queensland, as schools returned on…
Sky News interview with Peter Stefanovic
Subjects: Opening regional NSW, China trade, COVID-19 inquiry
Boosting student numbers in regional Australia
More Australian students will receive scholarships to study outside the capital cities to support regional communities and education providers.
A plan to return to schools
Decentralisation and Regional Education Minister Andrew Gee has welcomed today’s schools announcement from the Victorian Government, the final state to provide clarification for parents about…
TripleM Hobart interview with Brian Carlton
Subjects: Regional schools, bushfire assistance
Let’s reopen country schools
Decentralisation and Regional Education Minister Andrew Gee has urged schools across regional and remote Australia to reopen to ensure vulnerable students aren’t left behind.
2GB interview with Ben Fordham
E&OE Subjects: Schools, Eden-Monaro by-election
Australia’s biggest children’s poetry awards
Aspiring young poets from across the country are encouraged to enter in the Dorothea Mackellar Poetry Awards, Australia’s longest-running annual poetry competition for children.
Simpson Prize winners announced
Minister for Decentralisation and Regional Education, Andrew Gee, today announced the winners and runners-up from each state and territory in the annual Simpson Prize competition for Year 9 and 10
Honouring a top Aussie teacher
The Morrison Government offers its congratulations to Australian teacher Yasodai Selvakumaran who was a finalist for the $1 million Global Teacher Prize.