The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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Reappointment as Minister for Education
I thank Prime Minister Scott Morrison for once again asking me to serve as Minister for Education.
Giant leap for Giant Steps Melbourne school for children with Autism
The Morrison Government is investing $9.7 million to expand the Giant Steps Melbourne school and reduce the waiting list for its specialist education for children with A
Disadvantaged schools get high-achieving teachers
Students at disadvantaged schools will benefit when high-achieving university graduates, including those with a STEM degree and those from a regional background, are rec
Melbourne's Jewish Holocaust Centre to expand and reach more Victorians
The Morrison Government is providing $10 million to Melbourne’s Jewish Holocaust Centre (JHC), helping expand the size of the museum as it increases its educational acti
Bringing Sydney Rock Oyster reefs back from extinction
A Morrison Government funded research project to bring Sydney Rock Oyster reefs back from extinction has the potential to revitalise food, tourism and biodiversity.
Safeguarding children, people with disability and taxpayers’ money
The Morrison Government is ensuring the integrity of family day care by cancelling the Child Care Subsidy provider approval for 21 dodgy day care operators.
Child care reforms delivering for Australian parents
Australian families are better off under the Morrison Government’s Child Care Subsidy according to new data released today.
Record funding delivers high quality student experience
Almost 80 per cent of university students rated their overall education experience positively.
Bringing more students to regional Australia
The border’s tertiary education sector stands to benefit from the Government’s strategy to attract more students to study in regional Australia.
School results prove importance of Government’s reforms
The 2018 NAPLAN results published today demonstrate the importance of the Morrison Government’s plan for education in Australia.
Stamping out cheating at Universities
Cheats who sell their services by taking exams or writing essays for university students will face jail under tough news laws proposed by the Morrison Government.
Independent Review of Freedom of Speech in Australian Higher Education Providers
The Government today released the Report of the Independent Review of Freedom of Speech in Australian Higher Education Providers.