The Hon Dr Anne Aly MP
- Minister for Early Childhood Education
- Minister for Youth
The Hon Dr Anne Aly MP was sworn in as Minister for Early Childhood Education and Minister for Youth on 1 June 2022.
Content published on this site relates to the Minister’s responsibilities within the Education portfolio.
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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.
Press Conference - North Metro TAFE
SUBJECTS: Fee Free TAFE; Skills shortages; renumeration for votes.
Interview - Triple M Goldfields 981, Connor Mallis
SUBJECTS: Connected Beginnings program, Early education benefits for First Nations children.
Listening to deliver better outcomes
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…
Speech - ALP National Conference
SECONDING CHAPTER TWO: OPENING THE DOORS OF OPPORTUNITY
Interview - The Daily Aus
SUBJECTS: Housing, Mental Health, Climate Change, Office for Youth, National Youth Consultations, HECs
Ensuring First Nations children are school ready
The Australian Government is working closely with First Nations communities to ensure children are better prepared for school.
Doorstop - Canberra
SUBJECT: Cheaper Child Care
Transcript - Q+A High School Special
SUBJECTS: AI Misuse & Legislation; School phone bans; Social media toxic to Gen Z; HECS Debt; How Voice will affect Indigenous youth; Age limit to voting; Nuclear energy; Commonwealth Games;…
Additional support to help keep regional early learning services open
The Albanese Government is ensuring early childhood education and care services, receiving funding through the Community Child Care Fund (CCCF), have the business support and advice they need to stay…
Release of ACCC child care pricing interim report
From 2018 to 2022 child care fees grew faster than inflation according to the ACCC’s child care price inquiry interim report released today.