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01st June 2015 05:00am

NHS Wales Awards: How 'virtual wards' are improving care for elderly patients

Seven health boards, one GP practice, two universities and one college have made the shortlist for this year’s awards

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01st June 2015 12:49am

Foster care teens 'moved too often'

Teenagers in foster care in the UK are being moved from home to home too often, a survey has suggested.

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31st May 2015 10:00am

Urdd Eisteddfod 2015: Caerphilly determined to build on festival legacy as the 2015 event is hailed a success

Event organisers have given their verdict as the cultural extravaganza ends for another year

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30th May 2015 05:00am

Gareth Evans: Why university rankings should be of concern to Wales

Our Education Editor reflects on this week's Guardian University Guide and the failure of Welsh universities to make their mark

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29th May 2015 05:10pm

Online courses for sixth-form advice

Three free online programmes, aimed at helping sixth-formers bridge the gap between school and university, are due to launch this summer.

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29th May 2015 04:53pm

Jewish sect female drive ban condemned

A ban on women driving their children to school issued by a Jewish education institution is "unacceptable", Education Secretary Nicky Morgan says.

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29th May 2015 03:36pm

Teenage pregnancy rates in the South Wales Valleys drop by almost half in seven years, figures show

The rate of pregnancies in the Cwm Taf area has fallen by 48% since 2008

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29th May 2015 12:43pm

Campaign to stop attacks on schools

More than 30 countries are signing a Safe Schools Declaration in response to the deliberate targeting of education in war and terror attacks.

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29th May 2015 12:42pm

After 50 years of success can Silicon Valley keep hold of its global crown for innovation?

 Silicon Valley continues to be the leading global innovation region, but  there are issues that it will need to deal with urgently in ensuring it retains that position.

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29th May 2015 11:04am

Teachers 'work an extra 11 hours'

Teachers in Scotland are working an additional 11 hours a week on top of their contracted hours, according to a survey by a union.

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