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Ministers must match rhetoric with action on Further Education sector

Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Economy, Tackling poverty, Transport and Post 16 Education, Helen Mary Jones MS has called on the Welsh Government to “turn words into action” by granting the Further Education Sector the funding and support it needs

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Welsh Government must do more to build resilience ahead of winter spike says Plaid Cymru

Delyth Jewell MS has questioned what preparation work is underway by the Welsh Government following Scottish care worker recruitment drive announcement

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"Outdated" exam model holding our students back

Plaid Cymru calls for 2020-21 grades to be based on teacher assessments

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Public inquiry into grading fiasco needed to “learn lessons” for future say Plaid Cymru

Plaid Cymru Shadow Minister for Education, Sian Gwenllian MS calls for a public inquiry into Welsh Government’s handling of school and college grading fiasco

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How people power can overcome the conservative forces governing Wales - Adam Price, Leader of Plaid Cymru

There is a smart saying in politics: always do quickly what you will be forced to do eventually.

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BTEC decision will have “serious repercussions” for thousands of Welsh students warns Sian Gwenllian MS

‘Once again students following vocational courses being made to feel like Cinderellas of Welsh education system’   

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Welsh Government should fund university places to ensure no student loses out following grading scandal says Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price

The Welsh Government should fund university places in Wales to ensure no student misses out on their desired university place as a result of the A Level grading debacle Plaid Cymru Leader Adam Price has said.

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Education Minister and First Minister owe young people a full and proper apology

Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister Sian Gwenllian MS has urged Kirsty Williams and Mark Drakeford to issue apologies over the A-Level debacle that caused stress and confusion for Welsh pupils

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“This is a victory for the young people of Wales” says Plaid Cymru as Welsh Government announce MAJOR u-turn into A Level and GCSE grades debacle

Responding to the major u-turn from Welsh Government that all A Level and GCSE grades will be based on teacher assessments rather than on algorithms, Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister Sian Gwenllian MS said,  

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Plaid leader warns of legal challenge to Welsh Government over exam results fiasco

Adam Price: 'The political system and the education system let you down'   

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