Research and analysis
National learner satisfaction survey: learners with learning difficulties or disabilities
BIS research paper number 22.
National learner satisfaction survey: FE learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities (LDD)
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This report presents the main findings for 2,265 learners in further education (FE) who have self-declared themselves as having a learning difficulty and/or disability (LDD). These learners were surveyed as part of the national learner satisfaction survey (NLSS) 2009. It includes satisfaction with teaching, needs and expectations, information and support, personalisation, learner involvement and provider responsiveness, attitudes to learning and early leavers. The underlying data for this publication is also available in a machine processable format on data.gov.uk.