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Press Conference - MOCCA Childcare Centre, Canberra
SUBJECTS: Cheaper Child Care; Productivity Commission Inquiry; Housing affordability; May Budget; Australian shipment of coal to China; US shooting down of balloon; Voice to Parliament referendum;…
Productivity Commission inquiry to consider universal early education system
The Australian Government is taking the next step in considering how to build an affordable, accessible, high quality, universal early education system.
City and remote schools partner to improve outcomes for First Nations students
Yadha Muru Foundation have been selected to coordinate and deliver the innovative City-Country partnership program on behalf of the Australian Government.
Opportunity for Australians to help shape the Early Years Strategy
The Albanese Labor Government is delivering on its commitment to develop an Early Years Strategy with public consultation now underway ahead of the major Early Years Summit to be held later this…
Launch of Australia's Economic Accelerator seed grants
New grants are being rolled out to help turn great ideas into commercial opportunities and foster greater collaboration between universities and industry.
Appointment of New Education Department Secretary
I congratulate Mr Tony Cook PSM on his appointment as Secretary of the Department of Education.
Press Conference - Gorokan Public School
SUBJECTS: $200 million rolled out to support student wellbeing; schools bouncing back after pandemic, strengthening Medicare Taskforce; medication affordability
Half a billion dollar investment into student wellbeing
The Albanese Government is investing $203.7 million this year to help young people in every single school across the country through the rollout of the Stude
Interview with Kieran Gilbert - Sky News
SUBJECTS: International Education; ABC report re Opus Dei affiliated schools; schools funding; mobile phones in schools; Jim Chalmers; Josh Landis
International Student Data
Latest data on the number of international students in Australian higher education shows the sector continues to recover but there is more work to do.
Press Conference - Villawood East Public School
SUBJECTS: Back to School; School funding; Literacy and Learning Tutoring Programs; Opus Dei Schools; Chinese students studying in Australia.
Expansion of Connected Beginnings program to give thousands of First Nations children a better school start
The Australian Government is expanding the Connected Beginnings program to nine new communities, which will help 3,500 First Nations children be better prepared for school.