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What are the first words that come to your mind when you hear ‘second chance school’? For adult educators engaged in this filed, these may often be: functional illiteracy, poverty, marginalisation and social exclusion, early school dropouts, sensitive adult groups, refugees etc. While in today’s context of economic challenges being functionally literate does not mean being socially included, we can most certainly state that being functionally illiterate correlates highly with social marginalisation and exclusion.
20 July 2017
by Aleksandar Bulajic
Have your say: The ENLIVEN project (Horizon 2020) is considering how to create an Intelligent Decision Support System (IDSS) to inform policy debate and decision-making on learning for young adults with a focus on those not in education, employment or training (NEETs).
650 participants commit to full inclusion of persons with disabilities in the open labour market at “Employment for All - A Global Perspective” Conference.
20 July 2017
by Peter Shields
The brochure published by liberal adult education is targeted at everyone who wants to learn more about Finnish adult education and understand the special characteristics of Finnish liberal adult education.