- Post-compulsory education.
- Post-compulsory education -- Government policy
- Educational equalization
- Continuum studies in higher education
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- Includes index.
- Bibliography: p. 219-235.
- Introduction; Modernizers and the economic drive for expansion; Progressives and the personal and social benefits of post-compulsory education; Access to post-compulsory education by "non-traditional" students; Identifying assumptions and barriers to participation; Schools and progression: barriers created by the compulsory education system; Barriers and opportunities created by the post-compulsory education system; The labour market and participation in post-compulsory education and training. The influence of social and cultural factors on participation in post-compulsory education. Individualizing the problem of problematizing the individual? A strategic approach - but whose startegy? Case study 1: regional distance learning scheme; Case study 2: community outreach partnership; Case study 3: a tailor-made programme of courses; This approach to widening participation; Appendix 1: key questions; Appendix 2: Further case studies; Bibliography; Index.
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