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Award for excellence in LLN

Excellence in Language, Literacy and Numeracy Practice Award The Excellence in Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) Practice Award recognises innovation and excellence by an individual involved in improving LLN skills in an educational, community or workplace context. Applications can be

ALA endorses a system of lifelong education

Adult Learning Australia welcomes Business Council’s endorsement of lifelong learning Adult Learning Australia (ALA) welcomed the plan released by the Business Council of Australia (BCA) for a system of lifelong education in Australia but says the plan does not go

English Language, Literacy and Numeracy for Aboriginal adults in the Northern Territory

A Statistical Overview: Aboriginal Adult English Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) in the Northern Territory The report and action statement were recently published by the Australian Government funded, Whole of Community Engagement (WCE) initiative within the Office of Pro Vice

AJAL out now

AJAL Volume 57, Number 2, July 2017 Here is the latest issue of the Australian Journal of Adult Learning. Bringing together learning from two worlds: Lessons from a gender-inclusive community education approach with smallholder farmers in Papua New Guinea Authors:

Forum: The Financing Gap and the Challenges of achieving the goals for Women and Girls’ Education

Globally 61 million girls continue to miss out on primary and lower-secondary school and 758 million adults lack any literacy skills; two-thirds of whom are women. If education is to contribute to addressing the urgent issues of poverty, conflict and climate change – what can be done to mobilise the will and resources needed to ensure the right of every person access to high quality affordable education and training ?

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