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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Interview - Sky News Live with Peta Credlin
Subjects: new international definition of
Business Council of Australia’s Advanced Manufacturing Forum
**Check against delivery** It’s great to be able to join you all remotely today. I’m looking forward to when we can do these events in person again soon.
Payments flowing to child care services during COVID lockdown
More than $66 million in support payments has already been paid out to almost 6,000 child care services across areas of New South Wales, Victoria and the ACT impacted by COVID-19 lockdowns.
Paul Murray Live - Interview with Paul Murray
Subjects: Schools reopening, vaccinations for teachers, national curriculum
Supporting children the focus of preschool Expert Advisory Group
A new panel of experts will advise the Government on delivering the best possible preschool outcomes for our children and families now, and into the future.
Interview with Chris Smith - Chris Kenny Show Sky News
Subjects: Pfizer supply and vaccination rollout, the draft school curriculum.
More support for Aboriginal families across Tasmania
Hundreds of Aboriginal children and their families will benefit from a new partnership between the Australian and Tasmanian Liberal Governments that will help get them ready for school.
Interview with Ben Fordham - 2GB Radio
Subjects: Draft National Curriculum, Anzac Day.
Triple J Hack - Interview with Avani Dias
Subjects: Changes to National Curriculum draft;
Early Childhood Australia Virtual Conference - Backing the Early Childhood Sector
Minister Tudge's welcome address to the Early Childhood Australia Conference.
$20 million to boost research capacity at regional universities
The Liberal Nationals Government is investing nearly $20 million to increase research capacity at regional universities and grow regi
Interview with Chris Smith - Sky News
Subjects: COVID impact on students, new curriculum, COVID-19 vaccination, and lockdowns.