Parents celebrate achievements

January 2004
Education (14637073);1/16/2004, Issue 127, p3
Provides information on parents and carers who passed the national test in Adult Literacy Level 1 and national qualifications in adult numeracy Entry Level 3 in 2004 in Great Britain. Involvement of parents and carers in a pilot project which is part of the Step into Learning intitiative; Statement of adult learner Jane Cooper on the test.


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