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Towards 2030: A framework for building a world-class post-compulsory education system for Wales

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A new strategic authority to oversee skills, funding for research and the higher and further education sectors in Wales is to be created, Education Secretary Kirsty Williams announced today.
We are consulting on establishing a single, strategic authority, responsible for overseeing post-compulsory education and training including higher education funding and governance.
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Professor Ellen Hazelkorn’s report examines issues such as the growing complexity, duplication and provision gaps across post-compulsory education and training.

Professor Ellen Hazelkorn’s report examines issues such as the growing complexity, duplication and provision gaps across post-compulsory education and training.

Read the Cabinet Secretary’s statement (external link)

The Welsh Government accepted the recommendations of the report and has responded with a white paper consultation on:
  • proposals for the reform of the post-compulsory education and training system in Wales
  • the way in which our research and innovation expenditure should be overseen and co-ordinated.