Learners take the slow road

July 9, 1999

Measures to widen education access have had little effect on the number of participants, the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education reported this week. More than 5,000 people took part in its 1999 survey, which found that location, social class, age and the length of initial education were factors in later learning.

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