Anglesey schools in special measures after Estyn report

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Education services on Anglesey have been put into special measures after inspectors found them "unsatisfactory".

The council, which is being run by commissioners after management concerns, must draw up an action plan.

Anglesey council said it supported the findings and said it was already making good progress.

Education Minister Leighton Andrews said it was a damning report on Anglesey, while he was "very concerned" at the quality of education services offered by councils.

Gwenfair Griffith reports.

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