Out-of-school learning: variations in provision and participation in secondary schools: Final report to the Campaign For Real World Learning
Power, Sally A. R.
Taylor, Christopher Matthew
Rees, Gareth Meredydd
- Publisher: Field Studies Council
Despite overwhelming evidence of the benefits of out-of-school learning activities for enhancing cognitive and affective outcomes, there are growing concerns that the provision of such activities is threatened by increasing resource constraints, regulation and risk aversion. This research set out to investigate how schools experience these threats and how they impact on the provision of and participation in out-of-school learning activities.
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