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From the Leader of the Opposition’s Budget Reply speech in May 2015, Labor has been announcing a comprehensive suite of measures to spur innovation, and deliver the jobs of the future.
Under this new suite of measures, an elected Shorten Labor Government will:...
Australia needs to improve its trade performance. As the Australian economy transitions out of the mining boom we need to find alternative sources of growth and jobs. Lifting – and diversifying – our export performance will be an important part of this strategy. That is...
Experts predict that in the years to come, 75 per cent of the fastest growing occupations will require skills in science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM).
But we know that unless students are interested and engaged in STEM at an early age, they are...
A Shorten Labor Government will invest an additional $100 million to support Indigenous students to succeed at school, and boost the number of Indigenous teachers.
This is part of Labor’s plan to help close the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous students.
Labor’s positive plan for universities will deliver more graduates, not $100,000 degrees, to drive our economy. Immediately upon coming to government, Labor will reverse the Liberals cuts to undergraduate student funding. A Shorten Labor Government will invest in every student to ensure they graduate with...
Improving education is the key to opportunity, to innovation and to the future economic and social prosperity of our nation.
No matter what their background, no matter where they live - city, suburb or in the regions – no matter what type of school...
The Australian Labor Party's innovation policy includes 6 plans some of which have been launched separately over 2015. These are developed in more detail on separate information pages and include:FutureSmart Schools FutureSmart Universities Labor's positive plan for Universities / Labor's Fairer Plan Startup...
Australia's future wealth lies in training a more productive workforce, and the economy could be boosted if more people stayed in education or training for longer argue Kevin Rudd and Stephen Smith in this discussion paper on Labor's future education policy.
The Australian Labor Party's white paper on higher education, research and innovation, issued by Jenny Macklin.
A Shorten Labor Government will undertake a comprehensive review of the National Vocational Education and Training sector to ensure it is properly equipped to train young Australians and re-train adult workers for the jobs of the future.
The Vocational Education and Training sector deserves...