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Supporting ESOL learners with learning difficulties and disabilities

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A good practice review from the Adult Learning Inspectorate

The review is featured on the Excalibur Good Practice database on the ALI website. It describes good provision for a group of learners who are difficult to access and, because of their language needs, may not readily enrol on existing classes for adults with learning difficulties and disabilities.

To read a description of the provision offered by Buckinghamshire Adult Learning, visit the Good Practice database.

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