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Adult participation in learning at its lowest level in 22 years

Research carried out by the Learning and Work Institute (LWI) and part funded by the DfE, has found adult
participation in education has fallen to a record low. Only 35% of the adults surveyed said that they had participated in any form of learning during the
previous three years.

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MEG Response to DfE Consultation on Higher Technical Education

Principal author: John Widdowson, Chair, MEG and Editor: Nick Whitehouse, Coordinator, MEG

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Degree Apprenticeships Motivations Research Report by Wavehill social and economic research ltd for the Office for Students

Degree apprenticeships offer paid employment alongside the education element of the apprenticeship and is the highest rated motivating factor by degree apprentices.

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Degree Apprenticeships – Universities UK Report

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