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Post-compulsory education and lifelong learning across the UK: moving from managed divergence to a new period of uncertainty

By Ann Hodgson, Ken Spours, Martyn Waring, Jim Gallacher, Ewart Keep and Gareth Rees
Publisher: IOE Press
Year: 2011
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