Tuition fee grants for Welsh students should be scrapped, according to a major review into higher education.
Our Education Reporter, Megan Boot has been taking a closer look at the Diamond Review.
BREAKING: Major review recommends scrapping tuition fee grants for Welsh students
EVERYONE will receive a £1,000 grant for living costs - no means test there
Welsh university students should be charged £9000 in tuition fees in future wherever they study, according to the Diamond Review.Read the full story ›
A major review will be published later this morning into student finance and higher education in Wales.Read the full story ›
From September 2017, children in Powys are going to have to wait up to a year longer to start school.Read the full story ›
Children in Powys are going to have to wait up to a year longer to start school.
From next September there won't be any more nursery classes available as the council tries to save millions of pounds.
Instead it's planning on offering two and a half hours extra pre-school provision a week.
For him I think it might be a bit better because he'll be more mature and he'll have more understanding of what's going on .
But for me as a working parent it's not going to be great because it means forking out for another year of childcare.
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The charity helps hundreds of children in Wales who have epilepsy.Read the full story ›
In a week celebrating a hundred years since Roald Dahl's birth in Cardiff, Andrea Byrne explains why The Witches is her favourite Dahl book.Read the full story ›
Pupils and parents could see changes to the traditional school week under suggestions being looked at.Read the full story ›
Pupils at a new superschool in Neath Port Talbot were forced to miss lunch after issues with the payment system led to huge canteen queues.Read the full story ›
The number of undergraduates coming to Wales to study is at a five year high.Read the full story ›