The Hon Dan Tehan MP
- Minister for Education
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ABC with Leigh Sales
Subjects: Coronavirus and Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package, Schools
Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package
Around one million families are set to receive free child care during the coronavirus pandemic under a plan from the Morrison Government that will help deliver hip pocket relief and help the early…
Sky News with Kieran Gilbert
Subjects: Coronavirus and Early Childhood Education and Care Relief Package, Schools, Year 12 students
Press Conference - Australian Parliament House, ACT
Prime Minister Scott Morrison: Good afternoon, I'm joined by the Minister for Education and the Attorney-General as well.
Statement on child care
The current expert medical advice is that the child care sector should remain open except where individual services have been directed to close by health authorities.
New support for families and child care services
Families using child care now have 62 days available to them for absences. They will continue to receive the Child Care Subsidy if their child is absent from care for any reason for these days.
Supporting families and children using child care
The Morrison Government will help families with the cost of child care and provide support for child care centres to remain viable and pay staff during enforced COVID-19 closures.
Vale Denise Bradley AC
Minister for Education Dan Tehan has paid tribute to Denise Bradley AC, who passed away today.
National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence postponed
The National Day of Action against Bullying and Violence on Friday March 20 has been postponed and a new date for the National Day of Action will be announced in due cou
More help to keep Aussie shelves stocked
Australia’s major supermarkets will temporarily be able to offer more hours to international student employees to help keep shelves stocked.
Minimising the impact of COVID-19 on child care
The Morrison Government is working with state and territory governments and the child care sector to minimise the impact of COVID-19.
Building better construction careers
50 Tasmanians across the North West of the State will have the chance to build their own careers in the building and construction industry through the new $350,000 Building Futures Program.