Inquiry into the Future of Lifelong Learning: Learners' voices

in Older people's voices on education and its benefits

The Inquiry aims to develop a lifelong learning system that works for all adults. To this end, it is committed to involving learners directly in its work. and recommendations. Many learners have already engaged with the Inquiry by submitting personal testimonies in response to the thematic calls for evidence, testifying to the power of learning to transform lives for the better in a host of ways. A selection of learner testimonies can be found below: A Union Learning Representative. New directions in language and media. Learning for life and work;Health and social care. Learn more than a language. A route back to health and work: IT.

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