Opportunity Scotland: a paper on lifelong learning

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Great Britain. Scottish Office

Abstract:

This Green Paper was published in 1999, the year before the Scottish Parliament became responsible for education and training in Scotland, and outlines a 10 point plan to take lifelong learning forward in Scotland. This plan aims to make it easier for people to access high quality learning opportunities at all levels and in a greater variety of ways. The plan will continue to be developed and it is proposed that by 2002 all Scottish citizens will have the means to access learning at any stage of their lives. The paper highlights lifelong learning as a key element of the Scottish...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Youth; Qualifications; Quality; Lifelong learning; Policy; Employment; Career development; Teaching and learning; Workforce development; Equity; Participation

Keywords: Unemployed; Unemployment; Access to education and training; Career guidance; Learning support; Adult learning; Postcompulsory education; Workplace learning; Social inclusion; Education and training opportunity

Geographic subjects: Europe; Scotland; Great Britain

Published: Edinburgh, Scotland: Stationery Office, 1998

Physical description: web pages

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ISBN: 0101404824

Statement of responsibility: Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Scotland by command of Her Majesty, September 1998

Resource type: Paper

Document number: TD/IRD 88.179

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