Towards a Seamless Web or a New Tertiary Tripartism? The Emerging Shape of Post-14 Education and Training in England
British Journal of Educational Studies 51 (4):390 - 407 (2003)
|Abstract||Government policy aims at a 'seamless web' of learning provision. This is exemplified in a local Learning and Skills Council supported by work on widening participation to higher education (HE) in another London sub-region. The emerging system described is comprehended as a whole from 'Foundation Learning' in compulsory schooling to post-compulsory 'Lifelong Learning' in further, higher and continuing education and training thereafter.|
|Keywords||work‐based route (Modern Apprenticeships and Foundation Degrees) academic (sixth‐form) route Learning and Skills Council/sector further and higher education tertiary tripartism|
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