This book opens with a survey of the historical evolution of
adult education in the UK and leads on to the study of the
structure of adult learning. It discusses distance teaching
opportunities such as the Open University and the National
Extension College, and face-to-face teaching provision in adult
education centres. It also looks at specific programmes such as the
Adult Literacy Initiative in the mid-1970s, and at target groups
like the adult unemployed, women and ethnic groups. Comprehensive
and yet broad-ranging, this volume contains much new material that
offers interesting insights into both present and future
opportunities for adult education.
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