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Education Ministers to focus on teacher shortage
On 12 August Education Ministers from around the country will meet in Canberra for the first in person Education Ministers meeting in more than a year.
Greater funding to support student equity in higher education
The Australian Government will provide $20.5 million over four years to expand the work of the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) at Curtin University.
Simpson Prize secured
The Australian Government has confirmed it will invest $910,000 to fund the Simpson Prize for the next four years in recognition of its importance to history education.
Support for flood impacted families and child care centres
The Australian Government will provide immediate support to families and early childhood education and care services impacted by flooding in NSW.
New partnership to benefit Aboriginal children in Salisbury/Playford region
The Albanese Government will invest $1.8 million in a new community partnership to boost early learning for Aboriginal children in Salisbury.
Government extends childcare support services
The Albanese Government will make life easier for working parents and ease the cost of living by extending child care support measures put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Industry 4.0 TestLab for Charles Darwin University
The Australian and Northern Territory Governments have partnered to invest $2 million to establish an Industry 4.0 Testlab at Charles Darwin University.
Albanese Government welcomes preschool commitment
Minister Jason Clare and Minister Anne Aly welcome NSW and Victorian Government commitment to preschool education.