Joshua Miles, the Director for Wales at the Learning and Work Institute, outlines what The Commission for Tertiary Education and Research (CTER) aspirations should be and the positive effect of lifelong learners.
Cerith D. Rhys Jones believes the creation of the Commission for Tertiary Education and Research offers a real opportunity for Wales to think differently about education.
Cerith Rhys-Jones says that the new body which will oversee all post-16 education across Wales is the perfect vehicle through which to implement a coherent strategy for the lifelong learning of global citizenship in Wales
Susie Ventris-Field outlines the importance of global citizenship to a thriving Welsh democracy, and argues that we need a roadmap for global citizenship education that goes far beyond the school gates
Emyr George recounts the route taken to ensure qualifications in Wales keep up with curriculum changes
Rhydian Thomas argues that the Welsh education, youth and democracy sectors must work together to deliver better democratic education for young people.
Yvonne Murphy says we need a vision and strategy for widespread and creative, engaging and inspiring democratic education
Rhydian Thomas argues that young people in Wales need more education and support to understand how voting can influence everyday issues that matter to them.
Eluned Parrott sets out the potential of physics to benefit the economy and makes a case for its inclusion in Wales’ innovation strategy.