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College go-ahead.

A TROUBLED Cardiff school has been given the go-ahead to become a community college.

As reported in later editions of yesterday's Echo, Cardiff County Council has unveiled plans for a college on the site of Glan Ely High School from September 1, 2002.

The school, in Michaelston Road, Ely, has failed two school inspections in the last six years. Coun Peter Perkins, cabinet member with responsibility for education, said: "The council is fully committed to maintaining high quality education for the young people in Ely and also to extend this provision to as many citizens in the community as possible."
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Sep 8, 2001
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