An exclusive poll by ITV Cymru Wales has revealed that 30% think the UK Government and Parliament should be in charge of Wales' education.
The findings come as Wales marks 20 years since voting in favour of devolution.
Education is one of the key areas of devolved power, and our poll shows the majority of people are happy with the situation.
Going forward, one of the key areas of development are the changes to qualifications for GCSEs and A levels, with Welsh made qualifications in both areas.
The results this summer were mixed, with a concern that early entry in GCSEs were bringing results down, whilst there was an improvement in the numbers getting the top A* grade at A levels.
Kirsty Williams AM is the current Education Secretary. Speaking at the Liberal Democrat annual conference in Bournemouth recently, she said education is 'our national mission':