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Cheaper child care delivering cost-of-living relief to Australian families
In the first week of the landmark reforms, families paid on average around 14 per cent less per hour per child for centre-based day care.
Free short courses to help teachers in the classroom
The Albanese Government is investing more than $3 million in funding to the University of Adelaide to design and deliver the courses.
New University Hub boosts higher education in the Kimberley
Today’s opening today of the Pilbara Kimberley University Centre (PKUC) in Broome will help students in north-west Western Australia attain a tertiary education without having to leave their…
Next step in bringing university to the outer suburbs
The Albanese Government is doubling the number of University Study Hubs across the country and bringing the Hubs to the outer suburbs of our major cities for the first time.
4,000 more uni places for AUKUS workforce
Universities can now apply for additional Commonwealth supported places (CSPs) targeted at graduates in STEM courses.
New resources to strengthen inclusion in early childhood education and care
The Albanese Labor Government is focused on building the capability of families and carers of children with disability or developmental concerns in early childhood and education and care settings…
Action to end rorts in international education
The Albanese Government is today announcing a package of measures to support integrity in the international education system and to support genuine international students.
NAPLAN raises the bar to identify and help children who need additional support
Nearly 10 per cent of school students need additional support to meet minimum standards in literacy and numeracy, the 2023 NAPLAN national report released today shows.
Response to Australian Research Council Review
The Albanese Government has agreed, or agreed in principle, to all 10 recommendations of the Review of the Australian Research Council Act 2001 (ARC Review).
Consultation Paper released on supporting university students
A Consultation Paper has been released today focusing on how universities can better support students falling behind to succeed in their studies.
Boost for student wellbeing in Queensland schools
Students at Kelvin Grove State College in Brisbane will benefit from $50,000 in Student Wellbeing Boost funding.
Meeting with China's Minister of Education Huai Jinpeng
Ministers Jason Clare and Brendan O’Connor will meet with the Minister of Education for the People’s Republic of China, Professor Huai Jinpeng, during his first ministerial visit to Australia.