A modern public service education system should celebrate equity, excellence and greater school autonomy, says Education Secretary Kirsty Williams
Councillor Bablin Molik argues we must do more to end health inequalities in Wales.
Mary van den Heuvel reflects on the priorities for the Education workforce in “Our National Mission”
Gareth Evans critiques accountability in Welsh education, and offers on how to improve the system
Phil Boshier yn trafod y berthynas rhwng polisïau Addysg Uwch Cymru a Lloegr, a’r heriau sydd ar y gorwel / Phil Boshier sets out the interdependency of Welsh and English Higher Education policy, and reflects on the challenges ahead.
Brenig Davies asks whether targets bring about a significant improvement in school and country performance
There’s a lot to welcome in the proposals for a new Tertiary Education Authority, but it’s the detail and delivery that matter most, says Rachel Bowen
As Kirsty Williams nears an important milestone, Gareth Evans looks back on the Cabinet Secretary for Education’s first year in post
Owen Hathway examines the results of Wales’ first national education survey