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Ofsted publishes report on Literacy, Numeracy and ESOL provision

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Literacy, numeracy and English for speakers of other languages: a survey of current practice in post-16 and adult provision

Literacy, numeracy and English for speakers of other languages: a survey of current practice in post-16 and adult provision

(Publication date 26th September 2003, Ofsted)

Summary

" This report evaluates quality and standards up to and including level 2 in literacy, numeracy and English for speakers of other languages (ESOL) in a range of post-16 education and training contexts. The report draws on evidence from every type of publicly funded post-16 education or training provider, with the exception of universities and sixth forms in schools."

A copy of the report can be found in the Downloads section on the right.

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