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

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

‘Scotland has been developing a remarkable adult literacy and numeracy strategy….[it is]… 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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