Welsh councils attack

8th October 2010 at 01:00

Welsh Education Minister Leighton Andrews has launched a scathing attack on Welsh local government, claiming that many councils are "dragging their feet" over educational reform. Speaking to TES Cymru, Mr Andrews, a Labour member of the Welsh Assembly, also revealed that his officials are preparing to examine the strategic capabilities of council education departments amid concerns that they are not fully supporting and challenging the performance of their schools.

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