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Thus far, every year Kampong Prieng commune council develops a Commune Investment Programme (CIP) and actions have been proposed in a number of major development areas including improvement and repair of dirt roads in the commune, and expansion of basic health services, promotion of local education services, repair of school buildings, raising awareness on domestic violence, promotion of women s rights and child and woman protection from all forms of trafficking, and training programme on gender.
But when it comes to local education services, Ceredigion is a needle in a very large haystack.
The company has signed an initial MoU with local education services provider, Edumind, for the delivery of specialist training in care of the older person to nurses and care assistants.
For the last nine years, employment in local education services has increased by an average of 20,000 employees in August compared to the previous year.
We also have links with advice agencies for debt and rights information, and local education services, pre-school and toddler groups as well as other voluntary organisations that can provide food parcels, baby clothes and furniture.
The major reason for the difference that local figures for local education services were revised significantly; an increase of 39,000 was the final number, instead of a 31,000 decline as initially reported.
Only by funding all schools properly, and encouraging genuine collaboration to improve local education services, will we ensure the best possible education for all our children.
After almost eight years of a Labour Government and decades of Labour councillors running local education services, why do you think only 24pc of South Tyneside children go on to higher education, the lowest in the country?