Post Budget Education Review

Post Budget Education Review

SA
Jul 1
CEDA welcomes Federal Education Minister the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, Minister for Education post Federal Budget, to detail the budget implications for higher education in Australia.

Speakers

Hon Chris Pyne MP, Minister for Education, Leader of the House
Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin, Chief Executive, CEDA
Professor Warren Bebbington, Vice Chancellor and President, University of Adelaide

Event overview

CEDA welcomes Federal Minister for Education and Leader of the House, the Hon Christopher Pyne MP, to deliver a critical post-budget address on the future of education in Australia.

The recent Federal Budget invests millions in education from preschool to postgraduate studies, as part of the Government’s commitment to increase opportunity, improve and safeguard quality and excellence in education. Further, the Minister has clearly outlined that the 2015 Budget delivers more opportunities for Australians to access a lifetime of learning.

Join us to hear first-hand the Coalition Government's commitments to education in Australia, and what this means for South Australia.

Meet the speakers

Hon Chris Pyne MP
Minister for Education, Leader of the House

Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin
Chief Executive, CEDA

Meet the facilitator

Professor Warren Bebbington
Vice Chancellor and President, University of Adelaide

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