Enhanced opportunities for future generations through expansion of Tuckwell Scholarship Program

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 Birmingham said the contribution was made by philanthropists Graham and Louise Tuckwell and was worth about $200 million over 30 years.   Minister Birmingham…

More pathways for Indigenous students

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 two new initiatives worth $1.7 million launched today and supported by the Turnbull Government.  Minister Birmingham said the…

HEATHERBRAE SCHOOL PARTNERS WITH AEROSPACE INDUSTRY FOR JOBS OF THE FUTURE

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, engineering and mathematics (STEM) performance. Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham said that Hunter River High would be one of…

DOBELL SCHOOLS AND BUSINESSES COLLABORATE FOR JOBS OF THE FUTURE

A re-elected Turnbull Coalition Government will launch a pilot programme that will see Wyong High School partner with local businesses, including Mars Food Australia and Sanitarium, to improve employment outcomes for local students and deliver stronger results in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) performance. Minister for Education and Training Simon Birmingham joined Member for…

6000 MORE INDIGENOUS STUDENTS SUPPORTED TO STAY IN SCHOOL

More Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students will receive support to complete school and transition to further education and training as a result of the Coalition’s $5.75 million investment in the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience (AIME). Minister for Indigenous Affairs and Country Liberals Senator for the Northern Territory, Nigel Scullion and Minister for Education and…