The final report of our Inquiry into Family Learning exploring the impact of family learning, to develop new thinking and influence public policy.
A source of information, resources and opportunities to help you understand and adapt to the 2013/14 Community Learning reforms.
In 2015/16, L&W was supported by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills to explore the extent to which the Citizens' Curriculum could form the basis for a programme of study for adul
In November 2014, the Education and Training Foundation commissioned and funded NIACE to carry out research to explore why learners leave school without GCSE grade A*-C in maths and/or English.
A set of resources setting out the key achievements of the 97 projects funded through the Community Learning Innovation Fund (CLIF) in 2012-13.
This report sets out the findings of research commissioned from the National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS).
The citizenship materials for ESOL learners are designed to help teachers to embed citizenship content in ESOL lessons.
A collection of case studies to showcase the work of pilot schemes that have taken part in a Citizens' Curriculum approach to learning.
In 2015/16, BIS supported L&W to develop its work on the Citizens' Curriculum by carrying out further piloting activity in contexts not included within the scope of the first piloting phase.
Ten modules to encourage more adults to learn with their children, produced in collaboration with CBeebies, the BBC's flagship television station and online facility for young children.
We've worked with partners and young adult carers to develop and pilot tailored resources and approaches to careers guidance, to better support young adult carers.
This report sets out the findings of a survey carried out by NIACE to investigate approaches to capturing wider outcomes and social value currently in use among community learning providers.
Useful statistics on care leavers, highlighting the challenges these young people face.
Showcasing how the Army successfully put English and maths at the heart of its support for the development of employee skills.
A resource to help you identify and understand the needs of learners and to plan your work with them.
This Adults Learning Extra considers a vision for adult learning in Europe.
This issue of Adults Learning Extra examines the role of education and skills in tackling poverty and low pay.
Resources for programmes and projects that are designed to help women from Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Somali communities access adult learning.
Our policy paper identifies 10 ways in which learning can help older people respond to the challenges of ageing and sets out three aims to improve access to learning opportunities.