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North West Strategic Implementation Plan for Learners with Learning Difficulties

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North West Strategic Implementation Plan for Learners with Learning Difficulties

The Learning and Skills Council has published for consultation their proposed strategic implementation plan for provision of learning for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, 2007-2010.

‘We are pleased to publish for consultation our proposed strategic implementation plan for provision of learning for learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities, 2007-2010. The plan is intended to take forward the priorities identified in the LSC national strategy, Learning for Living and Work: Improving Education and Training Opportunities for People with Learning Difficulties and/or Disabilities, October 2006.

It identifies, at a broad level, the actions to be taken to build inclusive, purposeful and progressive learning provision that will allow this group of learners to participate, both economically and in their own communities.

We expect our providers to respond to these changes in the context of demand within their own markets and communities.’

For further information and to access the consultation document, visit the LSC website.

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