Cash boost for Welsh schools

28th March 2003 at 00:00
THE Welsh Assembly has announced a grant of pound;57.7 million to raise school standards in Wales, with pound;10m helping to reduce social disadvantage. Specific subjects, including maths, science and languages, will get pound;8m, with the same amount going to ICT, and pound;7m for induction and early professional development of new teachers.

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