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Workers in adult education their status, recruitment and professional training. by Council for Cultural Co-operation.

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Published by Council ofEurope .
Written in English


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SeriesEducation in Europe -- section 3 no.5.
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  Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month Adult & Continuing Education of o results for Books: Education & Teaching: Higher & Continuing Education: Adult & Continuing Education. Dons and Workers is a history of university adult education since its origins in the mid-Victorian period. It focuses on the University of Oxford, which came to lead the movement for adult and working-class education, and which imprinted it with a distinctive set of social and political objectives in the early years of the twentieth century. It is also a study of the relationship . Adult education - Wikipedia. This means that about 62 million adult workers lack a postsecondary credential of any kind. This presents, in one sense, a huge opportunity. This vast pool of undereducated workers can be seen as a talent reservoir, especially in contrast to the relatively small cadres of about 3 million younger adults leaving high school every year.

  Looming industrial and technological change meant Britain needed to re-skill its workers, double-time. Local councils were granted responsibility and cash for adult education Author: Laura Mcinerney. At the local level, public schools have been active in furnishing facilities and assistance to private adult education groups in many communities. Community centers, political and economic action associations, and dramatic, musical, and artistic groups are regarded by many as adult education activities. Great Books groups (est. ), in which adults read and discuss a specified list of volumes, grew out of great books . Offering expanded discussions in the areas of social justice, technology, and the global dimensions of adult and continuing education, the Handbook continues the tradition of previous volumes with discussions of contemporary theories, current forms and contexts of practice, and core processes and functions. Insightful chapters examine adult and continuing education as . The Workers' Educational Association (WEA), founded in , is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of adult education and one of Britain's biggest charities. The WEA is a democratic and voluntary adult education movement. It delivers .

Get this from a library! Workers in adult education. Their status, recruitment and professional training.. [Council of Europe. Council for Cultural Co-operation.]. Eduard C. Lindeman and the meaning of adult education. Perhaps best known today for his work in adult education, Eduard C. Lindeman ( – ) also wrote one of the first books on community development, was an early explorer of groupwork and . Adult education as: the work of certain institutions and organizations. What we know as adult education has been shaped by the activities of key organizations. Adult education is, thus, simply what certain organizations such as the Workers Education Association or the YMCA do. a special kind of relationship. Get this from a library! Workers in adult education: their status, recruitment, and professional training. [Council of Europe. Council for Cultural Co-operation.;].