The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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Streamlined child care approvals to cut red tape and fraud
The Morrison Government will cut red tape for child care services, saving businesses about $62 million a year while also providing greater protection against fraud.
NAIF to support CQU through COVID-19 student downturn
The Coalition Government’s Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) is set to play a vital role in supporting CQUniversity Australia (CQU) through the economic downturn caused by the…
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Hamish Macdonald, ABC RN Breakfast
SUBJECTS: Additional university places, Job-ready Graduates package and legislation, COVID-19 and schools in Victoria, International students
Further support for higher education and VET
The Morrison Government is cutting fees and charges to students and educators to support the COVID-19 economic recovery.
New Holocaust Museum in Queensland
The Morrison Government is providing $3.5 million to support the establishment of a Holocaust Museum and Education Centre in Queensland.
Additional higher education places for Australians in 2021
More Australians will learn new skills next year with the Morrison Government funding additional university places.
Funding guarantee for universities from 2021
Minister for Education Dan Tehan today announced new measures to strengthen the Job-ready Graduates package in response to feedback from the sector.
AFR Higher Education Summit address
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Senate Committee backs Job-ready Graduates
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has welcomed today’s endorsement from the Senate Standing Committee on Education and Employment of the Government’s Job-ready Graduates legislation.
Cutting red tape for education providers
The Morrison Government is cutting red tape to create new market opportunities for Australian education providers.
Targeted bushfire support delivered
The Morrison Government provided additional support to families impacted by bushfires to access child care in the March quarter.
Minister for Education Dan Tehan interview with Martin Agatyn, 7AD Tasmania Talks
SUBJECTS: Job-ready Graduates package, Regional reforms, JobKeeper