The Hon Alan Tudge MP
- Minister for Education and Youth
The Hon Alan Tudge was sworn in as Minister for Education and Youth on 22 December 2020.
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Copper Coast celebrates official opening
The Copper Coast Council University Centre at Kadina officially opened today, providing opportunities for more students from the region to access tertiary education and training.
More tertiary opportunities for regional students in Maranoa
Maranoa Country Universities Centre (CUC) officially opened its doors today, providing more opportunities for local students to access tertiary education and training closer to home.
2021 Prime Minister’s National Spelling Bee Winners announced
The winners of this year’s Prime Minister’s Spelling Bee have been announced, with three young Australians tackling some of the toughest words in the dictionary to top the country.
Sky News Live interview with Peta Credlin
Subjects: Freedom of Speech in Universities, Monash University’s Building Better Schools Guide, COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria.
Applications open for international education support
International education providers, hardest hit by COVID-19 and border closures, can now apply for up to $150,000 to improve and diver
Sky News AM Agenda interview with Laura Jayes
Subjects: University students returning to campus; the return of international students
University leaders to help drive collaboration with industry
Two of Australia’s preeminent university leaders will lead a review into building closer ties between Australian universities and industry.
Our priorities for strengthening Australia’s universities
Universities Australia Higher Education Conference 2021
New roadmap for Australian research infrastructure
An expert working group, led by Dr Ziggy Switkowski AO, will lead the development of a new roadmap to identify Australia’s research infrastructure needs and priorities for the next five to 10 years.
Online NAPLAN working well
Almost 900,000 Aussie kids have completed almost three million online NAPLAN tests, that will give students, parents and teachers a clear picture of how they are performing.
TIMSS report backs Government efforts to lift school standards
Additional data from the 2019 Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS), released today, backs the Morrison Government’s push for better student outcomes in Australian schools.
Youth unemployment falls to lowest level in 12 years
Latest workforce data shows more young Australians are in work, with almost 16,000 finding employment in April.