The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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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.
Investing in innovative research
Australian students and families will benefit from world-leading research to improve education outcomes.
School chaplains undertaking cyberbullying training
School chaplains will start training to combat cyberbullying so they can better identify and support students who may be the victims of online bullying.
Ensuring children in Durack are ready to start school
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children in Western Australia will be supported to improve their health and helped to make a positive transition to school.
Sydney to host global maths congress
Sydney has won the hosting rights to the largest international conference for mathematics education with the backing of the Federal and NSW Governments, as well as the maths and scientific…
Better managing Australia's future population
Key elements of the Morrison Government’s plan to better manage Australia’s
The Federal Government remains committed to national standardised testing of school students to ensure parents, teachers and the community have visibility of student and school performance.
More Australian qualifications recognised by India
Australia’s world-class international education sector will continue to thrive as India has recognised more Australian qualifications.