Support for student fees commitment
ABERAVON AM David Rees has commended the Welsh Government's commitment to university students.
He welcomed the news that no full-time undergraduate student, ordinarily resident in Wales, would pay higher fees in real terms during the lifetime of the next Assembly than if they had been students in 2010/11.
Mr Rees, a former teacher and lecturer, said: "I wholeheartedly believe that there should be no disincentive to any student who wishes to develop their potential and pursue their ambition of gaining a degree. Education is not just a tool for economic renewal, but is also as a key factor in tackling inequality, low self-worth, deprivation and child poverty."
"Our young people are Wales's most valuable resource and they deserve every penny of this investment."
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The Minister for education and Skills, Leighton Andrews, recently announced the student finance package for higher education students entering university in the academic year 2013/14.