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Ra ra! Go Functional Skills!

ETF (March 2015) ‘Making maths and English work for all’ Attended a session hosted by CfL (Campaign for Learning) last week as part of their programme of fortnightly policy seminars. Ed Sallis, OBE and chair of the steering group which reported significantly on Functional Skills in March (ETF, 2015), presented and answered queries with Sue Southwood, …

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Some Ethnographic Challenges to Policy and Practice

A CARE Working Paper No. 2 ‘Skills Development and Literacy’ This paper emerges from comprehensive fieldwork into adult education projects in contemporary, ‘reconstructing’ Afghanistan. It will be of interest to researchers and policy makers in Literacy and Numeracy, in Workbased Literacy and other employability courses. It is of course an international development context that is …

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