The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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More support for child care services in vulnerable communities
Vulnerable children will continue to access much-needed child care with the Morrison Government supporting providers in areas of high need and regional and remote Austra
Job-ready graduates key driver of performance-based funding for universities
The Morrison Government will implement performance-based funding based on the recommendations of an independent report released today.
Strengthening cyber security at Australian universities
The vice-chancellors of Australia’s universities will receive a high-level cyber security briefing from the Australian Government’s lead agency on cyber security.
Study Hub opens for Murraylands students
Students in the Murray River region will be able to study while still living and working in their community by using a new Regional Study Hub that opens today.
Strong action continues against dodgy child care operators
The Morrison Government does not tolerate dodgy child care providers and has suspended or cancelled another ten services in the first three months of 2019.
More transparency for child care users
The Morrison Government today publishes the December 2018 quarter child care data broken down by region so families can see if their child care fees are cheaper or more expensive compared to the…
Recognising Australia’s principals
Today is Australian Primary Principals Day and we pay tribute to all principals for the contribution they make to our children’s education and our communities.
Investing in languages studies in Australia
More Australians will get the chance to learn a language other than English under the Morrison Government’s $2.18 million language package. The Government will:
Government’s child care reforms cut costs for families
Parents with children in child care have more money in their pocket because of the Morrison Government’s Child Care Subsidy.
$70 million funding for our fastest supercomputer
The Morrison Government is funding Australia’s most powerful supercomputer that can crunch data ten times faster than any other computer in the country.
Investing in local schools
Applications for the Morrison Government’s $30.2 million Local Schools Community Fund have opened.
$2.5 million study hub open for Tasmanian students
Tasmanian students studying by distance will receive academic support from the state’s first Regional Study Hub.