The National Union of Teachers says that recent concerns about asbestos exposure in Welsh schools highlights the need for investment in school buildings. They say pupils continue to be taught in dilapidated buildings that are not fit for purpose.
In almost every community in Wales you will find schools in dangerous and unhealthy conditions. This is having a noticeable and detrimental impact on education services.
Cwmcarn High School was recently shut down when asbestos was discovered in the main block and 900 pupils had to be relocated.
Parents are expected to attend the meeting as Caerphilly Council decides how to get pupils back into lessons after asbestos concerns.
As Cwmcarn High School remains closed one Asbestos expert warns that other schools in Wales are likely to be affected.