As the education sector in Wales welcomes a new minister, Finola Wilson calls for the implementation of the new curriculum to be delayed.
An overwhelming majority of 16-to-17-year-olds want to make themselves heard this May, but our education and political system is letting them down, argues Alex Myles.
Shavanah Taj talks to Charlotte Williams who is leading a working group to improve the teaching of themes relating to BAME communities and experiences across the school curriculum.
A suite of new GCSEs and bitesize qualifications to target practical skills in mathematics and languages; Emyr George explores reforms to the curriculum.
Yana Williams and Guy Lacey explain the changes necessary to ensure that Welsh colleges can empower greater lifelong learning and expand access for future generations.
In a changing economy, universities are equipping the future workforce with the skills to build a global, vibrant Wales, writes Maria Hinfelaar.
Huw Irranca-Davies bemoans the UK’s withdrawal from the EU’s student exchange programme and questions its proposed replacement.
Yvonne Murphy argues that we have a duty to educate young people, and the general population, in how to participate in democracy.
Louise Casella sets out a vision of how the next government should change Wales’ culture around learning.