20,000 New University Places to Target Skill Shortages
The Albanese Government will fund 20,000 additional university places to tackle skills shortages and give more students from under-represented backgrounds the chance to go to university.
Interview - ABC, RN Breakfast
SUBJECTS: Teacher shortage; Education Ministers Meeting; University of Melbourne Federal Court case
Doorstop transcript - Parliament House, Canberra
SUBJECTS: Education Ministers Meeting; teacher shortage
Interview - Sunrise
SUBJECTS: National teacher shortage, Education Ministers Meeting
Press Conference - Parliament House, Canberra
SUBJECTS: Education Ministers’ Meeting, Teachers’ Roundtable, teacher workforce
International Youth Day
To mark International Youth Day, the Albanese Government is recognising the significant contributions of young people in Australia through our commitment to ensure their voices are heard across…
Funding boost for critical youth peak body
The Australian Government is proudly supporting engagement with the nation’s young people by providing the Australian Youth Affairs Coalition (AYAC) with $400,000 in funding.
Interview - Sky News Australia
SUBJECTS: teacher shortages, teacher education and China
Australian Indigenous Education Foundation
Address to the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation
Teacher Workforce Shortages Issues Paper
SUBJECTS: Teacher supply; graduate teacher decline; cross-jurisdictional issue
Cheating websites blocked
Access has been blocked to 40 of the most visited academic cheating websites.
Interview - Today Show with Allison Langdon
SUBJECTS: Climate change bill, 6-year-old kindergarten, NRL grand final