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1. The Times They Are-A Changing: Wales forges its own educational course 2. Measuring Success: Mixed reviews for education policy 3. Trading Places: The start of a white-knuckle ride for education in Wales 4. Wales' Leaning Tower: A wake-up call to a complacent system 5. Reform Gathers Speed: Collective responsibility for a sector in shock 6. The Qualifications Quandary: Shifting boundaries signal the end of three-country regulation 7. A University Challenge: The changing shape of Welsh higher education 8. Re-Make/ Re-Model: Forming an evidence-based for change 9. A Battle To Survive: Merger threat a Sword of Damocles 10. A Toxic Legacy?: Jane Davidson: The interview 11. Furthering Education: The fairytale of Wales' Cinderella sector 12. Running Wild: The enigma of local government and Wales' inspectorate 13. Out Of The Blue: The Cabinet creaks after a row over school places 14. End Of The Line: PISA heralds the start of a new chapter 15. A Time To Reflect: Leighton Andrews: The interview 16. Lessons Learnt?: A Conclusion

About the Author

Gareth Evans has been the Education Correspondent of the national newspaper of Wales, The Western Mail, since December 2009. He was educated at Cardiff University and lives in the Vale of Glamorgan.

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"Gareth is Wales' most incisive commentator on education. He has built a reputation for fair and fearless analysis that gets beyond the spin." Lee Waters, Director, Institute of Welsh Affairs "Gareth is distinguished and trusted because he is a master of data mining and data, basing his reporting only on evidence rather than belief. " Sir John Cadogan, former Director General of the UK Research Councils and inaugural President of the Learned Society of Wales "Gareth provides the perspective of an analytical, insightful, bold and fearless writer whose primary motivation is to see the Welsh education system become increasingly successful. I am convinced that the issues raised in A Class Apart are applicable internationally. There are many lessons which we can all learn from the Welsh experience and the strategies that they have employed." Dr Avis Glaze, former Chief Student Achievement Officer of Ontario

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