Minister visits African schools

14th April 2006 at 01:00
Education, lifelong learning and skills minister Jane Davidson has been visiting Lesotho in southern Africa, meeting Welsh teachers on placement there and visiting rural and urban schools. The Assembly government has spent Pounds 214,000 over the past three years to support professional development opportunities for teachers from Wales in Lesotho, and vice versa.

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