A history of education in Wales
University of Wales Press, May 16, 2003 - Education - 253 pages
This authoritative survey provides a comprehensive overview of the evolution of the Welsh education system from its earliest times to the present day, and examines the way in which changes in education policy have affected the Welsh economy and altered the political relationships between Wales, the United Kingdom, and the National Assembly of postdevolution Wales.
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