Mary van den Heuvel assess the challenges and opportunities presented by the new Welsh curriculum.
Tom O’Malley looks at what needs to be done to improve the future of Public Service Television in Wales.
This follow-up piece outlines some of the policy options available to the newly elected local authorities on 5th May, and examines a number of more radical and difficult policy options.
Caitlin Prowle and Malcolm Prowle set out the policy context which Welsh local authorities now face in terms of existing challenges and financial resources.
As the UK Government sets out its approach to Brexit, Ed Evans examines the potential impacts on infrastructure in Wales
Joseph Ogle and Michael Trickey on how a long-term funding strategy needs to be underpinned by an agreed methodology for assessing the funding gap in social care
Geraint Talfan Davies examines the implications of withdrawal from the EU for higher and further education and for the cultural sector in Wales
Ed Poole and Guto Ifan offer a guide to the multi-billion pound funding talks that will shape Wales’ future.
Jasmine Donahaye says that if we’re going to achieve international recognition we need to take ourselves more seriously.