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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Second Reading Speech – Higher Education Support Amendment (Australia’s Economic Accelerator) Bill 2022
This Bill amends the Higher Education Support Act 2003 to support our universities in turning Australia’s world-class research into the innovative products and processes and businesses of the…
Record applications for Curious Minds STEM camps
A record number of young women applied for the latest Curious Minds STEM camps this year, with the successful 120 applicants to attend their first virtual camp this month.
2022 National History Challenge Presentation
Speech to recognise award winners at Parliament House, Canberra.
Big future for young Australian historians
Today I had the pleasure of attending the 2022 National History Challenge Presentation and share in honouring the best young Australian historians.
Round 1 of Schools Upgrade Fund open
Schools can now apply for grants of up to $25,000 to create better-equipped learning environments and help students get back on track after disruptions caused by COVID.
Interview with ABC TV
SUBJECTS: Raising awareness of skin cancer; Australian Skin Cancer Foundation: Jay’s Mission Melanoma Walk
A warm welcome to international students
Minister for Trade and Tourism Don Farrell and Minister for Education Jason Clare met with International Education and Training finalists at Parliament House today, ahead of the 60th Australian…
Interview with Greg Jennett - Afternoon Briefing
SUBJECTS: Early childhood education funding; Higher education agenda; Industrial relations reforms.
Press Conference - Civic Early Childhood Centre, Canberra
SUBJECTS: Affordable early childhood education and care
More than a million families to benefit from more affordable early learning and care
The Albanese Government has locked in more affordable early education for more than a million families after laws to deliver the reforms passed the Parliament today.
Interview - Sunrise
SUBJECTS: MH17 verdict; unemployment figures, Schoolies
The Bradley Oration
Delivered at The Great Hall, University of Sydney.