Leighton Andrews, Wales' Minister for Education and Skills, has defended the Welsh Government's role in Anglesey's schools issue.
A second intervention into Anglesey Council has been ordered by the Welsh government after an Estyn report judged the authority's performance unsatisfactory.
But Leighton Andrews told ITV Wales' Political Editor Adrian Masters that the new Government-appointed Director of Education in Anglesey "hadn't yet had enough time to take on the challenges that face that council."
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