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EDUCATION: Wales gets a grip

The schools set-up is a little different in Wales, says Edwin Counsell

A DECADE after the Dearing report proposed the development of 100 new Church of England secondary schools, the Church in Wales is getting to grips with its own review of the work of schools in the Principality.

The Church in Wales Education Review was published in September 2009, after a three-year information-gathering trawl of the church, education, and political communities of Wales.

Although Wales has a population only a little larger than that of the ...

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