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Making numeracy matter even more - further research and development


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Created on 16 April 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 06 May 2008 by ncetm_administrator

What research and development needs to be done to make numeracy matter even more?

We want to hear your comments and suggestions.

We are seeking to identify areas where research and development to be undertaken between 2008 and 2011 can contribute to the successful implementation of the government’s Numeracy for Employability Plan and the agenda set by World Class Skills.

The survey has now closed.  Many thanks to those who took part.

Read more about the strategy development.

References

Bateson, G. (2006). We're getting there: Adults Learning, 18(4), 20-21.

Bynner, J., & Parsons, S. (2006). New Light on Literacy and Numeracy. London: NRDC.

DfES. (2003). The Skills for Life Survey: A national needs and impact survey of literacy, numeracy and ICT skills (Research Report No. RR490). London: Department for Education and Skills.

Leitch, S. (2006). Leitch Review of Skills. Prosperity for All in the Global Economy - World Class Skills. London: H. M. Treasury.

LSCWM. (2008). Numeracy Strategy West Midlands 2007-2010 (No. LSC-P-WMR-070012). Birmingham: LSC West Midlands.


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