In a challenging landscape for Welsh schools, Finola Wilson warns about rising evidence that pupils’ literacy levels in Wales are falling.
Lleucu Siencyn says a love of literature should be key to developing literacy skills.
Mary Powell-Chandler says early language skills need to reach children in poverty.
Cerys Furlong says it is not only the young who lack basic literacy skills.
Dylan Moore makes the case for a national reading and writing revival
Gareth Hughes examines today’s PISA results.
Leanne Wood says a Plaid Cymru government in Cardiff Bay would negotiate a partnership of equals with Westminster
Geraldine Barry says ‘not invented here’ is the attitude of many Welsh schools when confronted with new literacy ideas
Brian Morgan finds a major swing in this election’s manifestos away from promising the earth and pretending that governments can solve every social problem