A recent census has highlighted that half of the unemployed Maltese youngsters aged between 16 and 24 do not see a future for themselves.
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In this paper, the authors focus on the relationship between adult education and the State within the context of hegemonic globalization and the all pervasive neoliberal ideology.
Framework for the Education Strategy for Malta 2014-2024: Sustaining foundations, creating alternatives, increasing employability.
The Maltese Ministry for education and employment is committed to consolidate and build on the successes achieved in education and employment in the past, and recognises the challenges of an ever-e
Lifelong learning and Schools as Community Learning Centres: Key aspects of a National Curriculum Draft Policy Framework for Malta
The island of Malta has been engaged in policy document formulations for curriculum renewal in the country’s educational system (4-16 years of age) since 1988 when the first National Minimum Curric
The overall purpose of the National Literacy Strategy for All is to promote and enhance lifelong and lifewide, high quality literacy practices among children, youths, adults, third country national