The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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Students should be in school on 15 March
Minister for Education Dan Tehan today urged school students to stay at school and take part in the National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence.
Preparing young Australians for the jobs of the future
Students will receive more guidance and support to develop the skills that will prepare them for the jobs of the future.
Support for remote and rural child care services
Child care services in regional and remote Australia are receiving Morrison Government funding to ensure they can better support local families.
Continued growth in international education sector
Australia’s world-class international education sector contributed $34 billion to the local economy last year, an increase of 15.3 per cent.
Promoting international education in regional Australia
We must do more to attract international students to rural and regional Australia, Minister for Education Dan Tehan said today.
Keeping school chaplains in schools
Australian students will have access to important support services offered by school chaplains, with the Morrison Government reaching agreement with all states and territories to continue the…
Government driving down cost of child care
Our Government’s Child Care Subsidy is driving down out-of-pocket costs for parents.
Back to school in 2019
Nearly four million children will go to school in 2019, as the school gates open for another year of learning from today.
Schools encouraged to take action against bullying
Everyone can take action against bullying, as the Morrison Government urges all schools in Australia to join the fight.
Statement on TEQSA report
TEQSA has provided its Report to the Minister for Education: Higher education sector response to the issue of sexual assault and sexual harassment.
Inform our regional education strategy
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has encouraged Australians to have their say on the National Regional, Rural and Remote Education Strategy.
Boosting performance of Australia’s world-class research facilities
The Morrison Government will provide an additional $10 million to upgrade six leading research facilities to ensure Australia remains at the forefront of science and technology.