The Secretary for education will announce major changes for school today, allowing them more flexibility.Read the full story ›
The agreement between Labour First Minister Carwyn Jones and his Liberal Democrat Education Secretary, Kirsty Williams, has been released.Read the full story ›
In two days time, Wales will join the rest of the UK in going to the polls to vote for whether we should remain in the European Union. But how much of an impact would a vote to remain or leave have on education in Wales?
Those in favour of Brexit say leaving the EU could lead to more money for education here, but those who want to stay believe Welsh universities are better off in than out.
Our Education Reporter Megan Boot has been meeting students who've crossed the channel as part of their studies:
Campaigners say many children aren't aware their actions could be deemed illegal.Read the full story ›
One of Wales' top universities has launched an investigation into issues of racial equality.Read the full story ›
Wales is facing a recruitment shortage for secondary school teachers. At the start of the year a third of training places were not filled.Read the full story ›
A campaign has launched for Welsh universities to alter its application forms to identify and give young carers more support.Read the full story ›
A row's broken out in the Rhondda, over plans to cut free rail travel for pupils at Treorchy Comprehensive School.Read the full story ›
Parents have been talking to ITV Wales News about their campaign to keep a specialist school in Cardiff open.
Meadowbank School helps 4 - 11 year olds who have significant speech and language difficulties. It is the only school of its kind in the capital.
Cardiff Council are now considering closing the school because there has been a 'significant' decline in pupil numbers.
The charity Afasic Cymru has told ITV News that many parents in Cardiff don't realise that a specialist school exists and that it is an option for their children. Cardiff Council say parents are told about all schools, including Meadowbank.
Watch Megan Boot's report:
A pedestrian charity is calling for walks to school to be safer to improve children's happiness in Wales.Read the full story ›