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£20m plan to improve Wales' worst secondary schools

A £20m a year plan to boost underperforming secondary schools in Wales is being launched.

The Welsh government's Schools Challenge Cymru, aims to improve the quality of teaching and learning by sharing expertise with high-performing schools.

Up to 40 schools will be selected and monitored when the scheme begins in September.

Education correspondent Arwyn Jones reports.

  • 10 Feb 2014
  • From the section Wales
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