Unions fear Welsh Bac is trying to roll before it can walk

October 2006
Education (14637073);10/20/2006, Issue 243, p2
This article reports that the Welsh Baccalaureate is to receive a national roll-out from 2007. The advanced and intermediate levels in post-16 education would be launched in September 2007, according to the Minister for education, lifelong learning and skills. The roll-out will make the Welsh Baccalaureate widely available across Wales.


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