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Cheaper child care and free kindy for Queensland families
More than 284,000 families in Queensland will benefit from Cheaper Child Care from July, and all Queensland families will be able to access free kindy from 2024.
Interview - 2GB, Joe Hildebrand
SUBJECTS: A better and fairer education system; School funding
5,600 families to benefit from more affordable early learning
The Albanese Government is set to deliver more affordable early childhood education for around 1.2 million Australian families, including 5,600 families in Hasluck.
Cheaper child care for families in Western Sydney
More than 100,000 families in Western Sydney will benefit from Cheaper Child Care from July.
Teaching quality at Aussie universities rates highly
The quality of the educational experience for both international and domestic undergraduate students at Australian universities has improved since the pandemic.
Opinion piece - The Daily Telegraph
This year all Australians have a chance to make history. To put our history in our Constitution and to recognise the fact that Australia didn't begin when Captain Cook arrived but that the Australian…
New resources to help children with disability access quality early learning
New information packages are now available to help the early childhood education and care sector ensure their services are accessible to children with disability.
Startup Year legislation passes Parliament
More Australians will have the opportunity to bring their startup ideas to life following the passage of legislation today.
Helping children of all abilities access the benefits of early education
The Albanese Government is investing resources to help children with additional needs access and participate in quality early childhood education and care.
National Youth Science Forum Breakfast
Address at the National Youth Science Forum Breakfast
More than 20,000 Australians have their say on future of school education with a week to go
More than 20,000 people have completed a national survey to help shape the future of school education in Australia.
New microcredential courses to support in-demand jobs
A total of $18.5 million will be provided to support the development of the courses in priority areas including IT, engineering, science, health, and education.