There is no magic trick for reaching the most vulnerable learners
Speaker's Corner. Basic skills training for low skilled adults requires diverse approaches, forms and tools, Ivana Studená writes.
is a senior researcher at the Centre of Social and Psychological Sciences of the Slovak Academy of Sciences (CSPS SAS). Her research interests include adult education policies, human capital, skills strategies and labour markets. Ivana provides expert consultancy to public and non-government institutions in the area of lifelong learning and adult education policies.
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