Come in Cinderella: the emergence of adult and community education


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Author: Aulich, Terrence Gordon

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Australia. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training


This Senate Inquiry was the first national account of adult and community education (ACE) since the 1944 Universities Commission Report by W. G. K. Duncan. Its terms of reference were to: (1) examine and describe existing policies and practices in ACE; (2) consider the impact of current demographic, economic and social change on patterns of ACE, on education providers and on education funding; (3) identify barriers to participation in ACE; (4) examine the educational, employment and personal outcomes of participation in ACE; (5) consider the training and supply of adult and community...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Adult and community education; Participation; Outcomes; Equity; Policy; Teaching and learning

Keywords: Outcomes of education and training; Access to education and training; Educational policy; Nonformal education

Geographic subjects: Oceania; Australia

Published: Canberra, Australian Capital Territory: Senate Printing Unit, 1991

Physical description: xvi, 209 p.

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ISBN: 0642169535

Statement of responsibility: Report by the Senate Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training [Aulich report]

Resource type: Report

Rights: Copyright Commonwealth of Australia reproduced by permission.

Document number: TD/LMR 85.644

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