Don't look north through rose tinted spectacles: \ud tensions, struggles and guiding lights in Scotland - a reflection

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MacLachlan, K.;
(2006)
  • Publisher: Lancaster University
  • Subject: LA | L1

‘Scotland has been developing a remarkable adult literacy and numeracy strategy….[it is]…..one of the most dynamic and exciting places in the world right now to be an adult literacy or numeracy practitioner’ (‘Why England should look North for inspiration’. Merrifield, ... View more
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