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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Targeted assistance for child care services during COVID lockdown
The Morrison Government will provide additional targeted support for thousands of child care providers impacted by extended COVID-19 lockdowns, through new fortnightly payments.
Interview with Laura Jayes - Sky News AM Agenda
Subjects: New vaccination rules for child care staff; child care fees during lockdown.
Interview - Paul Murray Show, Sky News Live
Subjects: National Curriculum, home schooling through lockdowns.
Sky News Live interview with Peta Credlin
Subjects: Teen suicide rates; lockdown curfews; Melbourne University lecturer calling for ‘English’ to be called ‘Language Arts’; draft national curriculum.
Financial Review Higher Education Summit – Keynote address
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Child care gap fee waivers available for more Australian families
The Morrison Government is enacting a blanket rule that will allow child care centres to waive gap fees in any area declared a COVID-
2GB interview on the Chris Smith Show
Subjects: Melbourne Uni Lecturer calling on ‘English’ subject to be changed to ‘Language Arts’ CHRIS SMITH:
Greater child care support for Australian families
The Morrison Government has today passed legislation that will provide more affordable child care for around 250,000 Australian famil
Backing and supporting young Australians through our Youth Policy Framework
The Morrison Government has today released the new Australian Youth Policy Framework, as part of ongoing and extensive consultation with young Australians.
$93 million to keep Australia at the forefront of global research
The Morrison Government is investing a further $93 million to ensure world-leading research continues to be carried out right here in Australia.
The Hedberg – Celebrating a bright and creative future for Hobart
The Hedberg Performing Arts Precinct at the University of Tasmania (UTAS) has officially opened, thanks to $67 million partnership between the Gutwein and Morrison Governments.
Times Higher Education Live ANZ event
Subjects: International education sector