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Frumkin, Lara (2008)
Publisher: Quality Improvement Agency
Languages: English
Types: Book
This paper summarises the findings from a review carried out by the\ud National Research and Development Centre for adult literacy and\ud numeracy (NRDC) for the Quality Improvement Agency (QIA) between\ud April and September 2007. The study sought to summarise what is\ud known about the participation of those from minority ethnic groups in\ud Further Education (FE) and to identify effective practice in helping them\ud to achieve.
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