Welsh review of 14-19 education

14th October 2011 at 01:00

A fall in the number of Welsh students gaining top grades at A-level and a growing GCSE results gap with England has prompted the Welsh education minister, Leighton Andrews, to launch a major review of his country's 14-19 education. The Welsh government said it shared some of the concerns raised in the Wolf review of vocational education in England earlier this year.

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