The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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New facilities for students at New Hope School
Students with disability will benefit from new facilities at New Hope School in Dural paid for by the Coalition Government.
Townsville experts to lead search for rare earth minerals
Funding important research
A research project to develop a vaccine to fight food poisoning in chickens will share $6.4 million in Morrison Government funding.
Funding world-leading research to benefit Australians
The Morrison Government is providing $4.2 million to conduct research to benefit Australians, leading to new jobs and improved health outcomes.
Students rate positive university experience
Four out of five students gave their university a positive rating for the overall quality of their education last year.
New university at Petrie officially opens
The opening of USC Moreton Bay at Petrie will forever change the educational, employment and earning potential of one of Australia’s fastest growing regions.
Funding a new breed of pineapple
Brisbane academics will lead research to breed new varieties of more resistant pineapples to benefit local farmers and support more jobs in the industry.
More accurate method to calculate funding for schools
New laws will enable a more accurate estimation of the capacity of families to contribute to the cost of sending their children to a non-government school.
More work to do to improve science results
Minister for Education Dan Tehan said more work was required to improve science education in schools following the release of the ACARA national school science literacy report today.
Universities Australia Conference
I would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet today and pay my respects to elders past, present and emerging.
Final NAPLAN results a reminder there is more work to do
The Morrison Government will push forward with its plan to improve school results, focusing on quality teaching and the curriculum.
Facilitating China-based students to attend Year 11 and 12
Senior high school students who remain in China due to Australian travel restrictions have been offered a strict pathway to resume their studies in recognition of the importance of the final two…