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 with Rafael Epstein - ABC Radio Melbourne
Subjects: Child care announcement; Return of international students; IBAC probe
Virtual Press Conference - Melbourne
Subjects: Child care announcement; bringing forward CCS; removing annual cap; Women’s economic security; Net zero.
Increased child care support brought forward
Around 250,000 Australian families will now benefit from increased Child Care Subsidy (CCS) from 7 March 2022, four months earlier than first expected.
International Education: The road back
Australian International Education Conference Online 2021 - Keynote address
Graduate employment increases despite COVID-19 impacts
University graduates are securing full-time employment at a greater rate in 2021 than 2020, despite the impacts of the COVID-19 globa
New TEQSA Commissioner
I am pleased to confirm that Adrienne Nieuwenhuis has been appointed as a Commissioner of the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
Interview - Sky News Live with Laura Jayes
Subjects: Queensland COVID restrictions; reopening of schools and international students returning
IP framework critical to commercialising research
Feedback is being sought from universities, researchers and industry on an intellectual property (IP) framework to promote greater collaboration between universities and industry and boost research…
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