The Queensland Government is investing $2.1 billion in 2023–2024 for infrastructure in Queensland state schools. Learn more about the programs of work underway through the
Building Education initiative.
New Queensland Certificate of Education system
Year 12 students in 2020 will be the first to graduate under the new Queensland Certificate of Education (QCE) system. Learn more about the
new QCE system.
The Queensland Government is working collaboratively with The Bryan Foundation to establish and deliver
FamilyLinQ, an integrated school-based hubs initiative. FamilyLinQ is the first of its kind in Queensland and will connect education, health and community services under one roof, to improve the life outcomes for children and their families.
Human rights protect the freedom, equality and dignity of every person in Queensland.
Department of Education International
Department of Education International provides education opportunities, programs and experiences for students and teachers from Queensland and overseas.
National Disability Insurance Scheme
National Disability Insurance Scheme will provide people with disability with more choice and control over their disability supports.
The department is committed to a number of
national partnerships to improve educational outcomes.
Department of Education partnerships
The Department of Education (DoE) manages a number of Public Private Partnerships. View the
DoE partnerships page for more information.
Indigenous education and training
Indigenous portal brings together key strategies, programs and initiatives aimed at improving outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people.
Regional School Industry Partnership program
The Regional School Industry Partnership (RSIP) program aligns to
Equity and Excellence: realising the potential of every student and is part of the Department of Education's commitment to the Queensland Government's
Good people. Good jobs: Queensland Workforce Strategy 2022–2032, the whole-of-government 10-year plan for a strong, skilled and diverse workforce ready to seize today's jobs and adapt to future opportunities.
The RSIP program aims to strengthen school-industry partnerships and support school-to-work transitions that respond to local skills and industry needs in priority areas, and contribute to the government priorities and strategies for building Queensland's workforce.