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Readings in Post-compulsory Education


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The editors provide an illuminating commentary to eleven key articles covering the main issues affecting the post-compulsory education sector today. Contributions include an analysis of what influences students to drop out from their learning programs, how the participation of hard-to-reach learners can be widened, how adults with basic skills can be encouraged to learn, and how research can help make sense of the 'muddle' of middle management in Further Education colleges.

Author Biography

Yvonne Hillier is Acting HOD at City University and co-ordinator of the LSRN. Anne Thompson is Vice Principal of Waltham Forest College and member of the LSRN.
Release date NZ
February 22nd, 2007
Edited by Anne Thompson Edited by Yvonne Hillier
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
New edition
5 (b&w) illustrations
Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd.
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