The 2010 Composite Learning Index: Five Years of Measuring Canada's Progress in Lifelong Learning (2010)

The Composite Learning Index (CLI) is an annual measure of Canada’s progress in lifelong learning, based on statistical indicators that reflect the many ways Canadians learn.
The 2010 CLI is the fifth time the measure has been taken and, therefore, the first time a five-year trend can be produced. Over the past five years, Canada has witnessed no substantial progress in lifelong learning, from a CLI benchmark score of 73 in 2006 to 75 in 2010.
But while Canada as a whole has seen only limited progress on the CLI over the past five years, the story is different when it comes to specific regions of the country. For example, 60 per cent of communities in Atlantic Canada have seen progress in their five-year score, compared with 26 per cent of all communities in Western Canada.
The CLI includes data on school-based learning; work-related learning; community and interpersonal learning; and personal development.

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978-1-926612-38-6
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2010-05-26
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Canadian Council on Learning (CCL). The 2010 Composite Learning Index: Five Years of Measuring Canada's Progress in Lifelong Learning 2010. Web. 25 Jan. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ccl/2010index/2010index.pdf>
Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) (2010). The 2010 Composite Learning Index: Five Years of Measuring Canada's Progress in Lifelong Learning. Retrieved January 25, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ccl/2010index/2010index.pdf
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