The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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Improving funding for students with disability
A review of how extra funding for students with disability is calculated will ensure the Morrison Government’s record levels of funding for schools is distributed fairly and consistently for…
Review into university freedom of speech
The rules and regulations protecting freedom of speech on university campuses will be reviewed.
Work starts on qualifications framework review
The changing needs of students and employers is being considered by a review of Australia’s qualifications framework.
Funding certainty for South Australian preschools
South Australian families will continue to have access to 15 hours per week of quality preschool for children in their year before full-time schooling throughout 2019.
More support for regional students
Australians living in regional and remote communities will have greater access to higher education because of the Morrison Government’s additional $134.8 million investment announced today.
Family day care fraudster sentenced
A warning has been sent to people who defraud the family day care system, with the latest sentence handed down by the County Court in Melbourne.
Exchange delivers stronger research ties between Australia and Germany
Australian researchers will gain invaluable experience at some of the world’s leading institutions in Germany with the announcement of $2.7 million in grant funding under the Australia-Germany…
Australian VET skills to boost Indonesian logistics capacity
Australian know-how will be used to grow Indonesia’s logistic sector and ultimately benefit trade between the two nations.
School funding for New South Wales secured
All schools in New South Wales will receive more funding to deliver a better education to their students.
Funding certainty for ACT preschools
Children in the ACT will have access to 600 hours of quality preschool in 2019 after the Morrison Government reached agreement with the Territory Government.
South Australia commits to national reforms for schools
The South Australian Government has committed to better outcomes for its students by today signing up to a new National School Reform Agreement.
New school-based program to support children’s mental health
A new school-based mental health program that aims to give teachers the tools to help students manage their mental health will be launched today following a $98.6 million investment from the…