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Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister calls for a renewed focus on children who are not engaged in their education.

"No child should be left behind" says Plaid's Siân Gwenllian.

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UK Government cap on English students attending Welsh universities should cause Welsh Government serious "rethink" to protect Welsh HE sector.

Plaid Cymru has said the Welsh Government should “rethink” its higher education policies in order to protect the Welsh higher education sector after it emerged that the UK Government plans to place a cap on the number of students from England attending universities in Wales.
 
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"Education advantages" in bringing forward Autumn term, says Plaid.

Plaid Cymru has said there could be “educational advantages” in bringing forward the start of the autumn term.

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People not willing to 'move on' from Cummings scandal says MP.

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"Too important to ignore" - Make arts part of the wellbeing solution to get through this crisis.

Plaid Cymru calls for for the Arts to be part of the solution rather than another problem to solve when the pandemic is over. 

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Statement from Gwynedd Councillor for Penygroes, Judith Humphreys in response to the announcement of Northwood to close its Penygroes site

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Plaid MP and MS call for urgent meeting as paper firm plans to axe 90 local jobs.

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Stop of treatment for mental health patients branded 'scandal' by MS

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Lack of live streaming lessons could mean children in Wales are being left behind.

Plaid Cymru Shadow Education Minister Sian Gwenllian MS has written to Wales’ Education Minister, Kirsty Williams, to express concern that some children were being left behind due to schools not offering live-stream lessons.

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Welsh Government must show leadership for Welsh universities

Plaid Cymru have called on the Welsh Government to show leadership and commit to a financial contingency fund for Welsh universities, after a report on the state of Welsh higher education showed that the sector is facing major challenges.

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