South Australia to benefit from schools investment and cheaper child care
More than 120 schools across South Australia will benefit from the latest round of the Albanese Government’s Schools Upgrade Fund.
Interview - Sunrise, Channel 7
E&OE TRANSCRIPT SUBJECTS: Housing for women and veterans; international students returning
50 days until cheaper child care
In 50 days, more affordable early childhood education and care will become a reality for around 1.2 million Australian families.
Interview - Tom Connell, Sky News
SUBJECTS: The Federal Budget; Cheaper Early Childhood Education.
New investment to support a better, safer future for Central Australia
The Australian Government and Northern Territory Government are working together to deliver the next stage of the $250 million landmark plan for a Better, Safer Future for Central Australia…
Building a better, fairer education system for all Australians
The Albanese Government is delivering Cheaper Child Care, taking action to respond to immediate education workforce challenges and building a better and fairer education system for the future.…
Interview - Natalie Barr, Sunrise
SUBJECTS: Vaping in schools; renewable energy target
NSW Teachers Federation Principals Conference
If I started this speech saying that we have the best education system in the world you would probably laugh at me or sneer. Think I was deluded.
New research partnership to boost food and beverage manufacturing
Assistant Minister for Education, Anthony Chisholm officially launched a new research partnership last night which will contribute to doubling the value of Australia’s food and beverage manufacturing…
More than 1,300 schools to receive funding for school upgrades and new equipment
More than half the schools receiving funding are in regional or remote areas.
Press Conference - University of Canberra
SUBJECTS: Early Childhood Education and Care Workforce Package; Cheaper Child Care; vaping in schools.
Innovative Wheatbelt university centre meets needs of a vast region
The official opening of the Lumen Wheatbelt Regional University Centre is an important step toward providing more students in the vast Wheatbelt area of WA with the opportunity to go to university.