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23 July, 2016
With the Australian people having rebuffed Labor’s higher taxing, higher spending and higher deficit plans, the test for Labor’s new education team is whether they can instead support evidence based reforms to improve student results, ins... Read more

18 July, 2016
Reappointment as Minister for Education and Training
I am honoured to have been reappointed as the Minister for Education and Training. The Coalition took to the election strong, clear policies in early education and child care, schools and higher education, which I look forward to delivering. Our early education and child care reforms have been... Read more

12 July, 2016
The Turnbull Government welcomes Australia’s largest personal philanthropic contribution to a university to expand the Tuckwell Scholarship Program at the Australian National University (ANU).   Minister for Education and Training Simon ... Read more

16 June, 2016
Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham today announced Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students across the country will have more access to the support and information they need to make decisions about life after school through tw... Read more

09 June, 2016
Labor’s failure to adopt the Coalition’s means test would deliver an annual windfall of up to $176 million to families earning over $250,000 at the expense of low to middle income working families. Minister for Education and Training S... Read more

08 June, 2016
A re-elected Turnbull Coalition Government will launch a pilot programme that will see Hunter River High in Heatherbrae partner with local aerospace businesses to improve employment outcomes and deliver stronger results in science, technology, engine... Read more

06 June, 2016
Labor’s entry into the child care policy debate after three years of silence today revisits their 2007 election promise to build 260 new child care centres which then-Minister for Child Care Kate Ellis would backflip on after the election. M... Read more

05 June, 2016
Labor’s stop-gap approach to child care is history repeating itself – faster fee increases for families, stop gap policy and $3 billion more on Bill Shorten’s unfunded spend-o-meter.   Minister for Education and Training Simo... Read more

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