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New upgrade funding for government schools
Government schools can now apply for funding of at least $250,000 to build or upgrade vital infrastructure.
National campaign launched to encourage more Australians to 'Be that teacher'
A new campaign is being launched today to raise the status of the teaching profession across the country.
Ensuring young people are safe and supported
The Albanese Government is continuing to ensure young people have a say on the government policies that impact them, expanding the Youth Advisory Group program in 2024.
Encouraging young people to apply for new Youth Advisory Groups
Applications are now open for the Albanese Government’s 2024 Youth Advisory Groups, ensuring young people have input on the policies and programs impacting them.
Cheaper child care cutting child care costs and putting downward pressure on inflation
The Albanese Government’s Cheaper Child Care changes have cut the cost of child care for Australian families, according to the latest Consumer Price Index (CPI) report.
Medical innovations and environmental projects receive Australian research funding
Pain free diabetes testing, a new vessel to track climate change data and sensors for driverless cars are some of the innovations being supported through new funding from the Albanese Government.
Helping more Australian children access the benefits of early learning
The Albanese Government is ensuring children can access early childhood education no matter where they live with around 50 new early childhood education and care services.
Bridging the divide through new scholarship program
Eligible families across regional, rural and remote Australia will be able to apply for up to $20,000 per year to go towards boarding school fees from Monday 23 October 2023.
Supporting Australian communities affected by Hamas attacks on Israel and ongoing conflict
The Albanese Government is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all Australians.
Liberals and Nationals oppose expanding Indigenous access to university, as Accord legislation passes Senate
The Albanese Government is opening the door of opportunity for more Australians with the passage of Universities Accord legislation through the Senate today.
Boarding options for First Nations students in Central Australia
The Australian and Northern Territory Governments have directed officials to conduct an assessment of boarding school options and capacity in Central Australia.
Boost to early childhood education and care workforce
Australia’s early childhood education and care sector has grown by more than 14,000 workers since May 2022, with a further 123,000 additional educators and teachers in the training pipeline.