New Shadow Ministry – Education, Industry, Skills and Training

On the 5 June, Opposition Leader Peter Dutton announced the new Shadow Ministry.

Independent Higher Education Australia (IHEA) members will be interested to note the appointments to the posts of Shadow Minister for Education, Shadow Minister for Industry, Skills and Training, Shadow Minister for Regional Education, and Shadow Assistant Minister for Education.

Shadow Ministers - Education, Industry, Skills and Training

The Alan Tudge MPShadow Minister for Education
The Hon Sussan Ley MP*Shadow Minister for Industry, Skills and Training
*Also, Deputy Leader of the Opposition
The Hon Andrew Gee MPShadow Minister for Regional Education
The Hon Nola Marino MPShadow Assistant Minister for Education

As IHEA reported last week, on 31 May Prime Minister Albanese announced his Ministry, containing the Hon Jason Clare MP as Minister for Education, Hon Brendan O’Connor MP as Minister for Skills and Training, and Senator the Hon Anthony Chisholm as Assistant Minister for Education.

31 May 2022 - IHEA Congratulates New Education Minister Clare, New Skills and Training Minister O’Connor.

The 47th parliament will have the opportunity to advance key reforms of Australian higher education.

IHEA looks forward to engaging with MPs and Senators across the entire parliament to ensure that all Australians can access education to reach their potential.

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