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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Doorstop - Parliament House
SUBJECTS: Teacher training reforms; School funding; Use of AI at schools; Mobile phones at schools; Vaping at schools.
Interview - ABC News Radio
SUBJECTS: Reforming teacher training, Teacher workforce shortages, National School Reform Agreement
Interview - Today, Karl Stefanovic
SUBJECTS: Nuclear power; Donald Trump Jr visa; banning mobile phones in schools; Robodebt Royal Commission report.
Major reform to improve teacher training and better prepare teachers for the classroom
Education Ministers have agreed in principle to major reforms to how we train teachers, following the release of the report of the Teacher Education Expert Panel.
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.
New school reform consultation paper released ahead of meeting with teachers, principals and students
The first meeting of the National School Reform Agreement Ministerial Reference Group, made up of teachers, principals, students and key education stakeholders, will be held this Friday in Canberra.
Helping more doctors train and work in rural and regional Australia
Universities can now apply for additional Commonwealth supported places (CSPs) for rural-trained medical students, as well as capital funding for new regional training facilities.
Doorstop - Melbourne
SUBJECTS: Cheaper Childcare from July 1; Cost of living; Gladys Berejiklian.
Interview - Sunrise, Matt Shirvington
SUBJECTS: Cheaper Child Care; Productivity Commission Inquiry into ECEC
Cheaper child care for more Australian families
Legislation to change the Child Care Subsidy takes effect from tomorrow and will deliver Cheaper Child Care for around 1.2 million families across the country from July.
Press Conference - Brisbane
SUBJECTS: Cheaper Child Care; Free Kindy; Productivity Commission Inquiry into ECEC; ECEC Workforce
Cheaper child care and free kindy for Queensland families
More than 284,000 families in Queensland will benefit from Cheaper Child Care from July, and all Queensland families will be able to access free kindy from 2024.