LLL 2010 - Towards a lifelong learning society in Europe: The contribution of the education system
The project focuses on the contribution of the education system to the implementation of lifelong learning and its role as a potential agent of social integration in Europe.
Its aims and objectives are to study the effect of country-specific institutions on access of adults to the education system and to assess the effectiveness of access policies and practices in different European Union members, as well as in associated countries and their implications for the creation of European knowledge society.
|Start date||1st September 2005|
|End date||28th February 2011|
- Subproject 1, Comparative Report - Lifelong Learning: Patterns of Policy in Thirteen European Countries: A Review of Lifelong Learning Policy & Practices in Austria, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, England, Estonia, Flanders, Hungary, Ireland, Lithuania, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Slovenia(Executive Summary on Sub-project 1)
- LLL: Patterns of Policy in 13 European Countries - A Review of LLL Policy & Practice
- Subproject 1, National Report: Scotland (PDF)
- Subproject 3 Report, Survey of adult returners to further and higher education in Scotland (PDF)
- Subproject 4 Report, The Role of Formal Education in Workforce Development in Scotland (PDF)
- Subproject 5 Report, Social Inclusion and Adult Participation in Lifelong Learning: officials’, managers’ and teachers’ perspectives (PDF)
- CREID Briefing 7: Towards a Lifelong Learning Society in Europe: Patterns of policy in thirteen European countries
- CREID Briefing 16: Towards a Lifelong Learning Society in Europe: Survey of adult returners to further and higher education in Scotland
- CREID Briefing 21: Towards a Lifelong Learning Society in Europe: Formal continuing education within small and medium sized enterprises