These were the first set of results in a new GCSE English Language set by the Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC) according to specifications drawn up by the Welsh Government.
What does WJEC stand for?
WJEC stands for Welsh Joint Education Committee
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These were the first set of results in a new GCSE English Language exam set by the Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC) according to specifications drawn up by the Welsh Government.
Dr Paul Evans currently teaches at Denbigh High School but also has duties as an examiner for the Welsh Joint Education Committee, who are responsible for drawing up test papers.
THE continuing police investigation into Mike Germanis activities at the Welsh Joint Education Committee is a major embarrassment to the Assembly and to Wales as a whole.
But an internal review of the results found 'no sizeable disparities' across Wales, the Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC) said yesterday.
Both projects won WJEC merit awards, with the Talking Cricket Bat being awarded second prize at the 2009 Welsh Joint Education Committee Innovation Exhibition.
Ex-Bridgend council leader Jeff Jones chaired the exam board, the Welsh Joint Education Committee (WJEC), when the Welsh Baccalaureate was launched in 2002.
He is also the vice chairman of the Welsh Joint Education committee and a qualified Estyn Inspector and President of the National Association of headteachers.