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22 May 2012
The National Literacy Programme sets out the actions that we and our partners need to take to achieve a step change in literacy standards in the next 5 years.
 
26 January 2012
I recently announced that the Welsh Government is extending the successful Skills Growth Wales programme.
 
08 December 2011
Yesterday, the Project Board of the Review of Qualifications for 14 to 19 year olds got together for the first time.
 
24 November 2011
Helping Welsh business to raise their ambition by improving the skills of their workforce is an important area in which the Welsh Government can boost the economy.
 
01 October 2010
Even though we’re now turning a corner, we can’t afford to be complacent about our economic future.
 
27 September 2010
Our young people in Wales deserve recognition for their achievements at GCSE and A Level.
 
03 September 2010
The benefits of teaching and learning through the Foundation Phase are already being seen in schools and settings across Wales.
 
25 August 2010
Going to college is an exciting prospect.
 
26 July 2010
Our institutions in Wales have amongst the highest student satisfaction ratings in the whole of the United Kingdom, but it is in no-one's interest if universities recruit beyond their capacity.
 
09 July 2010
I want to make this clear, this will not mean fewer students – but – it’s likely to mean fewer Vice Chancellors.
 
25 June 2010
As at present, local authorities would be expected to bring forward proposals that will provide the best possible opportunities for pupils and that provide the right schools in the right places.
 
20 May 2010
Learning new skills and finding a sustainable job are two of the best ways to transform a person’s life chances.
 
19 May 2010
It is imperative for the post-recession Welsh economy that we develop and improve the skills needed to support Wales during the upturn.
 
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