The Hon Jason Clare MP
- Minister for Education
The Hon Jason Clare MP was sworn in as Minister for Education on 1 June 2022.
Content published on this site relates to the Minister’s responsibilities within the Education portfolio.
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Interview - Sunrise
SUBJECTS: Housing; St Ursula’s College; Lilie James.
Cheaper child care cutting child care costs
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.
Doorstop - Brisbane
SUBJECTS: Cheaper child care; Cyber security; Engineered stone ban; Paid placements; Hong Kong police training in Australia; Bushfire preparedness.
Supporting Australian communities
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.
Speech - Opening of UNSW Showcase
Opening of UNSW Showcase event at Parliament House, Canberra
Speech - Country Universities Centre Snowy Monaro 10 year anniversary dinner
CUC Snowy Monaro 10 year anniversary dinner
Hansard - Teacher campaign, National Skills Agreement
SUBJECT: National Skills Agreement; Teacher campaign
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.
Interview - 2GB Chris O'Keefe
SUBJECTS: Student safety on campus; Hamas-Israel conflict.
Address - Monash University
SUBJECTS: Indigenous education, Voice Referendum