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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Australian research takes off
Australian research has soared to new heights, with a locally designed and built satellite launched into space on board a SpaceX rocket at Cape Canaveral in the US.
Press Conference, Canberra
Subjects: Updated COVID-19 Vaccine Advice.
Children aged 12 to 15 years now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine
Children aged between 12 and 15 years will be able to book a COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine from September 13 following the Morrison Government’s decision to implement expert medical advice.
Interview on Radio National with Fran Kelly
Subjects: Return of students to classrooms & Vaccinating young Australians.
Doorstop at APH
Subjects: NAPLAN results, the COVID-19 National Plan, reopening schools.
Interview on Sky News live with Laura Jayes
NAPLAN 2021 preliminary results, impact of COVID lockdowns on school students; reopening of schools in NSW and Victoria.
NAPLAN 2021 preliminary outcomes released
The 2021 preliminary NAPLAN results have been released, providing the first data from the national tests since 2019.
Interview with Stephen Cenatiempo - 2CC
Subjects: National Curriculum; More support for child care centres; Doherty Institute advice on lifting lockdowns.
ABC News Breakfast interview with Lisa Millar
More support for child care centres affected by COVID-19 lockdowns, kids returning to school and mandatory vaccinations for child care workers.
Interview with Raf Epstein - ABC Radio Melbourne
Subjects: More child care support, Restrictions to lift once 70/80 per cent vaccinated and vaccinating 12-16 year old’s.
Interview with Jim Wilson - 2GB Radio
Subjects: More support for child care providers affected by COVID-19 lockdowns, mental health impacts of lockdowns on youth and plans beyond 70/80 per cent vaccination.
Press Conference - More Support for Child Care Sector
Subjects: More support for local child care providers affected by COVID-19 lockdowns.