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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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…
Draft proposed changes to the National Curriculum
If there is one thing in school education that generates heated debate, it is curriculum changes. And so it should.
2CC Breakfast with Stephen Cenatiempo
Subjects: Draft national curriculum concerns
Interview - Sky News with Peter Stefanovic
Subjects: Draft proposed changes to National Curriculum
More support for international education providers
The Morrison Government will provide more than $53 million of targeted support for international education providers most affected by COVID-19 border closures.
Interview - Australia Today with Steve Price
Subjects: National curriculum review; international students.
More support for students to study in regional Australia
More students will be encouraged to study in regional Australia, with the third round of the Morrison Government’s popular Destination Australia scholarship program officially open.
Sky News with Chris Kenny
Subjects: India flight restrictions, international student arrivals, federal election
Sky News Live with Tom Connell
Subjects: international student arrivals, consent campaign videos
Lifting Australia’s school performance: Lessons from abroad
A few weeks ago at the Menzies Research Centre in Sydney, I set a new national target - for Australia’s school education performance to again be amongst the top group of nations by 2030.
New facilities for students at Chairo Christian School
Staff and students at Chairo Christian School in Nar Nar Goon will benefit from a new Senior School Centre, funded as part of the Morrison Government’s Capital Grants Program.