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Adult learning in Scotland: statement of ambition

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Posted by Jodie Crossley

Education Scotland is pleased to present 'Adult Learning in Scotland, a Statement of Ambition'. Developed in partnership with the National Strategic Forum for Adult Learning, it takes account of the views of adult learners.

The agreed aspiration is that Scotland becomes the best place to learn. The Statement has three core principles, that adult learning should be:

  • lifelong
  • life-wide
  • learner centred.

As such it recognises the key and distinctive role that adult learning plays in helping to develop the person, the family, communities and society.

Next steps in achieving this ambition will be to work with a task group to put in place a strategic implementation plan by autumn 2014.

 

Resource Author(s): 
Education Scotland
Publication Date:
Wednesday, 21 May, 2014
Type of resource: 
National and Policy
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