First Education Minister to understand the importance of village schools

At a press conference in Carmarthen today (Monday 22nd of August), before the start of the new school term, Cymdeithas yr Iaith revealed that the new Education Secretary Kirsty Williams has given new hope for Welsh village schools at a recent meeting. Sharing details of the meeting, Toni Schiavone, Cymdeithas' education spokesman said:
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Brexit: Proclamation on indig­enous languages in Br­itain and Ireland

Having discussed lang­uage issues in the is­lands of Britain and ­Ireland in the Nation­al Eisteddfod in Aber­gavenny last week, in­digenous language gro­ups from Wales, Cornw­all, the Isle of Man,­ the North of Ireland­ and Scotland have pu­blished a joint procl­amation today (Monday­, 15th August).
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Qualification Wales offices occupied

Language campaigners have occupied Qualifications Wales' office following the body's decision to continue teaching 'Second Language Welsh' to children instead of creating one Welsh qualification for all pupils; and have called on Kirsty Williams to overturn the decison.
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