The Hon Jason Clare MP
- Minister for Education
The Hon Jason Clare MP was sworn in as Minister for Education on 1 June 2022.
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More young Australians advising the Albanese Government
The Albanese Government is working directly with young people on policies and programs that matter to them.
Skills passport consultation begins
Public submissions are being sought on how a Skills Passport could help workers promote their skills and qualifications, and businesses find more skilled employees.
New service joins myGov
The Albanese Government is helping students to manage more of their government business in the palm of their hand, with myGov welcoming a new service.
Fixing Australia’s broken Migration System
The Albanese Government is today taking a major step forward in reforming Australia’s broken migration system with the biggest reforms to migration in a generation.
Australia India Education and Skills Council meeting and release of Australia-India education strategy
This week’s meeting of the first Australia India Education and Skills Council is an important next step in strengthening Australia’s education and skills partnership with India.
Stamping out dodgy VET providers
The Albanese Government is improving the integrity of Australia’s Vocational Education and Training sector to combat operators attempting to rort the system and to better protect vulnerable…
Joint press conference - Adelaide
Turbocharging TAFE Centres of Excellence and accelerating apprenticeships
The Albanese Government will equip more Australians with the skills of the future by turbocharging TAFE Centres of Excellence and accelerating the take up of higher and degree apprenticeships in…
National Skills Passport
The Government’s vision is for a dynamic and inclusive labour market where everyone has the opportunity for secure, fairly paid work and people, businesses and communities can be beneficiaries of…
Meeting with China's Minister for 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.
New investment in skills paves way for AUKUS workforce
The Albanese Government’s Budget invests nearly $150 million to start delivering the skills and workforce we need to deliver Australia’s nuclear-powered submarine program through AUKUS.
Commonwealth and South Australia sign Submarine Cooperation Agreement
The Albanese Government and the Malinauskas Government have today signed a Cooperation Agreement, outlining our respective governments’ commitment to supporting the construction of Australia’s…