Connecting with Canadians
Towards an Effective Adult Learning System: Report on the Atlantic Roundtable
In June 2006, CPRN published the groundbreaking report Too Many Left Behind: Canada's Adult Education and Training System – a sobering review of how Canada is falling behind in making sure adults have the skills needed to fully participate in today's workforce. The authors, Karen Myers and Patrice de Broucker, describe a system of adult learning which is complex, fragmented, incomplete and without adequate employer support. The report opened the door to a series of roundtables across the country to discuss the findings of Too Many Left Behind and to develop a more effective adult learning system.
Release Date: 1 Mar 2007
E-network: Effective Adult Learning: Toronto Roundtable Report