Teaching 'weakest aspect' of education in Wales - Estyn
The quality of teaching in Wales is weak, according to the education watchdog Estyn in its annual report.
It was the "weakest aspect" of provision across most areas of education in Wales, its chief inspector Meilyr Rowlands said.
Teaching was "good" or "better" in only a minority of secondary schools inspected this year.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams said improving teaching standards was "one of my highest priorities".
Mr Rowlands said too few schools help staff to make the best of professional learning opportunities.