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Support for families and early childhood education and care services in WA and NT
Australian Government declares Child Care Subsidy period of emergency for WA and NT families and services
Delivering a bright future for children in Western Australia
The Albanese and McGowan Labor Governments are ensuring no child in Western Australia is left behind, working together to boost access to early childhood education.
National Teacher Workforce Plan
Education Ministers approved the National Teacher Workforce Plan.
Next National School Reform Agreement
The Albanese Government is committed to working with State and Territory governments to get every school to 100 per cent of its fair funding level.
Council for International Education
Today I am announcing the new membership of the Council for International Education.
Ministerial Reference Group - Universities Accord
Today I am announcing the members of the Universities Accord Ministerial Reference Group.
Australian Laureate Fellowships Pin Ceremony
Australian researchers were today recognised for their ground-breaking research and leadership at the first in-person Australian Laureate Fellowships Pin Ceremony since 2019
Future university for South Australia
Today I signed a Statement of Cooperation on behalf of the Australian Government to work with the South Australian Government and the Universities of South Australia and Adelaide to create a new…
Transforming Australia into a hydrogen powerhouse
Assistant Minister for Education, Senator the Hon Anthony Chisholm, today launched the Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centre for the Global Hydrogen Economy (GlobH2E), in Sydney.
Record applications for Curious Minds STEM camps
A record number of young women applied for the latest Curious Minds STEM camps this year, with the successful 120 applicants to attend their first virtual camp this month.
Big future for young Australian historians
Today I had the pleasure of attending the 2022 National History Challenge Presentation and share in honouring the best young Australian historians.
Round 1 of Schools Upgrade Fund open
Schools can now apply for grants of up to $25,000 to create better-equipped learning environments and help students get back on track after disruptions caused by COVID.