Innovative Wheatbelt university centre meets needs of a vast region
The official opening of the Lumen Wheatbelt Regional University Centre is an important step toward providing more students in the vast Wheatbelt area of WA with the opportunity to go to university.
Delivering a sustainable early education and care sector
The Albanese Labor Government’s second Budget will deliver $72.4 million over five years to support the skills and training of workers in the early childhood education and care sector.
More support for teachers to manage the classroom
One in three teachers report losing teaching time due to disruptive behaviour, significantly impacting students’ ability to learn.
National School Reform Agreement Ministerial Reference Group
Today I am announcing the members of the National School Reform Agreement Ministerial Reference Group.
Delivering early childhood education and care services in areas of limited supply
The Albanese Government is ensuring Australian children have access to the transformational benefits of early years learning no matter where they live.
Hearing from young Australians in the Newcastle Hunter region
The Albanese Government is ensuring the voices of young people are heard on the issues that matter to them.
2023 International Summit on the Teaching Profession
Minister Jason Clare will attend the 2023 International Summit on the Teaching Profession in Washington DC.
Interview - Natalie Barr, Sunrise
SUBJECTS: Reserve Bank Review; May Budget; Cheaper Child Care
Media Doorstop - Bankstown, Sydney
SUBJECTS: Cheaper child care; Reserve Bank of Australia; Voice to Parliament; Lidia Thorpe; John Sattler. E&OE
Albanese Government boosts higher education in the Spencer Gulf region
Today’s official opening of the Uni Hub Spencer Gulf Port Lincoln University Centre is a significant occasion and represents a great opportunity for more stu
Government receives review of the Australian Research Council
I have received the report of the Australian Research Council (ARC) Act independent review.
More than 300 submissions made to Australian Universities Accord process
More than 300 submissions have been received through the public consultation process to develop the Australian Universities Accord.