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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Consultation Paper released on supporting university students
A Consultation Paper has been released today focusing on how universities can better support students falling behind to succeed in their studies.
Boost for student wellbeing in Queensland schools
Students at Kelvin Grove State College in Brisbane will benefit from $50,000 in Student Wellbeing Boost funding.
Press Conference - Kelvin Grove State College
SUBJECTS: Student Wellbeing Boost; Meeting with Chinese Education Minister; International education; WA Government announcement; The Voice
Australian Indigenous Education Foundation (AIEF) 2023 Graduation Ceremony
***CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY*** Good evening everyone.
Meeting with China's Minister of Education Huai Jinpeng
Ministers Jason Clare and Brendan O’Connor will meet with the Minister of Education for the People’s Republic of China, Professor Huai Jinpeng, during his first ministerial visit to Australia.
Doorstop - Parliament House
SUBJECTS: Bush Summit; ALP National Conference 2023.
Opinion piece - The Daily Telegraph
Australia is the best country in the world. There are lots of reasons for that, but one of the reasons is that we look out for each other.
Interview - ABC News TikTok and Instagram
SUBJECTS: Universities Accord Interim Report; Paid placements; Sexual assault and harassment in universities.
Expert appointed to support safer university campuses
I have appointed Patty Kinnersly to a Working Group that will provide advice on how universities can create safer campuses for students and staff.
Doorstop - Fairfield Connect
SUBJECTS: Western Sydney University Fairfield Connect announcement; Universities Accord; School funding; HECS-HELP system; University access and affordability; University Study Hubs; Scholarships for…
Teachers, parents and students have their say on future of school education
Nearly 25,000 teachers, parents, guardians and students have taken part in a national survey to help shape the future of school education.
Legislation introduced to implement Universities Accord interim report
The Albanese Government is opening the door of opportunity for more Australians by acting on the priority actions of the Australian Universities Accord Interim Report.