‘Renaissance’ without Enlightenment: New Labour’s ‘Learning Age’ 1997-2010

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Holford, John ; Welikala, Thushari (2013)
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    Table X.1 Current and recent participation in adult learning 1996-2010 by social class 1996 1999 2002 2005 2008 Total sample 40 40 42 42 38 Social class AB 53 58 60 56 51 Social Class C1 52 51 54 51 46 Social Class C2 33 36 37 40 33 Social Class DE 26 24 25 26 26

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