As a new term begins, teacher Louise Muteham reflects on how we keep Wales’ school pupils safe and learning
The Welsh education system is not preparing children for the world of tomorrow. Getting rid of GCSEs and a new education tax should just be the beginning of our reforms, writes Professor Calvin Jones
Sian Gwenllian AM calls on the Welsh Government to take urgent action to avoid a serious funding crisis in our schools
Kate Cubbage reflects on how the education system can do better at supporting young carers to be happy and successful at school
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.
Without a significant change in the performance of schools generally, the Cardiff Capital Region will stumble, argues Robin Hughes.
As the new term starts Cenric Clement-Evans calls for greater transparency around a hidden killer in our schools