Martin, S. and Williamson, B. (2002) 'Included in exclusion : learning, civil society and widening participation.', Journal of access and credit studies., 4 (1). pp. 51-62.
This paper argues that current policy initiatives to widen participation in education in Britain are counterproductive, widen the gulf between traditional and nontraditional education, and promote social exclusion. A fundamental rethinking of the educational system is required, shifting from structures that replicate a centralized system toward a focus on the needs of individuals and groups within the lifeworlds of civil society.
|Keywords:||Adult Education; Foreign Countries; Nontraditional Education; Participation; Public Policy; Social Integration.|
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