Red tape cut for foster kids in child care

The West Australian government's full response to the inquest into a spate of Aboriginal youth suicides includes more funding for prevention services.
The West Australian government's full response to the inquest into a spate of Aboriginal youth suicides includes more funding for prevention services.

IT will be easier for foster children to attend child care under a Morrison government bid to cut red tape.

Education Minister Dan Tehan introduced the underpinning legislation to parliament on Wednesday.

“This will reduce unnecessary red tape for providers, families and state and territory governments by no longer requiring them to reapply for a subsequent determination with supporting evidence every 13 weeks,” he said.

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