Teenage thoughts

5th October 2007 at 01:00
Wales has become the first country in Europe this week to launch a research project using university students to investigate what teenagers really think of learning and their schools. The University of Wales Institute Cardiff and the Universal Education Foundation will run the Education by All for the Well Being of Children programme. Pupils from Willows High School in Cardiff have already given their views to researchers.

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