Research Report: Connecting Pathways for Adult Education Learners (2008)

In November 2007, the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) received funding for a research project to investigate which kinds of partnerships make the best use of existing resources to strengthen the delivery of adult education programs and services at the local level.

This document, which presents the research and findings, is divided into four sections.

The Pathways section begins by providing some of the socio-economic context for Toronto before providing an overview of the adult learning opportunities available in the region.

The Partnerships section presents information gathered from project partners, including the programs they offer, the partnerships involved, and learner demographics where available.

The Perspectives section presents further research findings from informant interviews, focus groups, and survey data.

The Recommendations section extrapolates from the research findings to discuss best practices and to analyze pathways, potential points of access, and policy elements needed to encourage partnerships and strengthen ties for adult learning opportunities.

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Glenn Pound. Research Report: Connecting Pathways for Adult Education Learners 2008. Web. 12 Apr. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/mtml/connectpath/connectpath.pdf>
Glenn Pound (2008). Research Report: Connecting Pathways for Adult Education Learners. Retrieved April 12, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/mtml/connectpath/connectpath.pdf
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