Learning Choices: A Map for the Future (2012)

 

Learning Choices: A Map for the Future (2012)

This report by Kitty te Riele analyses over 400 inclusive and flexible learning programs, with 33,000 young people enrolled in 1200 locations across Australia. The report also draws on an in-depth analysis of reports and information from 33 specific programs as well as existing research publications about enabling all young people to complete their education.

The report shows that many young people around Australia are benefiting significantly from the provision of innovative and flexible learning programs. However, it also indicates that more data is needed on outcomes.

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Author – Kitty te Riele 2012

2019-10-21T17:02:32+00:00

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