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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International students still rate Australia highly
New research shows Australia remains an attractive destination for international students, despite the impacts of COVID-19.
Closing the Gap in school education
The Liberal Nationals Government is investing $126 million to improve school education for thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
Doorstop, Mural Hall APH
Subjects: $120 million to for Indigenous early education, Closing the Gap, impact of COVID on teachers, car parks.
Closing the Gap in early childhood education
The Morrison Government is investing more than $120 million to improve the lives of thousands of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children through better access to quality early childhood…
Greater flexibility in child care absences for families in lockdown
Families in Commonwealth declared hotspots will get access to additional absence days from child care during COVID-19 lockdowns, to help keep children enrolled and protect child care providers.
Australian Government to support more Tasmanian students
Students in the North West of Tasmania will be better supported while pursuing tertiary education opportunities, with the Australian Government funding a pilot satellite Regional University Centre in…
Australian universities and industry working together to solve global challenges
The Morrison Government is investing a further $31.7 million to bring Australian university researchers together with industry leaders, to develop the products and ideas that will grow our economy…
Support for education providers hardest hit by COVID-19
More than 60 private higher education and English language providers will share in more than $9 million, to help them grow and divers
Sky News Live - Interview with Laura Jayes
Subjects: school closures in NSW, vaccination rollout.
More tertiary opportunities for regional students in Albany
The Morrison Government has provided funding to establish the Great Southern Universities Centre (GSUC) in Albany, creating more opportunities for regional students to access tertiary education…
$74 million to bring Australian research and industry together
The Morrison Government is investing $74 million to open 16 new research hubs and training centres around the country, as part of the commitment to commercialising Australian research.
$100 million to back child care in areas that need it most
More than 640 child care services in regional, remote and disadvantaged communities around Australia will share in more than $100 million to help improve access to care and increase workforce…