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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$2 billion funding agreement to guarantee preschool for Aussie kids
The Morrison Government is locking in $2 billion over four years to guarantee $1340 for every Australian child to attend preschool in the year before school.
Backing Australian families to secure our recovery
The Morrison Government is securing Australia’s recovery and setting up our future with an additional $3.3 billion to give Australian kids the best possible start to their e
Press conference with Bert van Manen & Julia Davison Goodstart child care centre in Boronia Heights
Subjects: Childcare relief package, impact of childcare relief in Queensland
Sky News Live Interview with Paul Murray
Subjects: National Curriculum draft review
New facilities for students at King’s Christian College – Logan Village Campus
Staff and students at King’s Christian College in Logan Village will benefit from the new primary school facilities being funded as part of the Morrison Government’s Capital Grants Program.
Interview - 4BC with Neil Breen
Subjects: two-week pause on flights from India, penalties for breaching biosecurity laws, increase in child care rebate, comments by Steven Miles re Prime Minister.
Sky News Live interview with Kieran Gilbert
Subjects: Childcare package for working families, temporary India COVID travel ban
Today Show Interview with Allison Langdon
Subjects: new childcare subsidy rates, ban of travel from India into Australia
2GB Interview with Ben Fordham
Subjects: Child care relief package and new proposed school curriculum
6PR interview with Oliver Peterson
Subjects: Federal Government child care subsidy, ban on flights from India
Press Conference at Narrabundah Cottage
Subjects: Child care Budget package, Budget 2021-2 and Australians in India
Making child care more affordable and boosting workforce participation
To cut the cost of living for around a quarter of a million families and to help boost workforce participation, the Morrison Government will make an additional $1.7 billion investment in child…