Independent report

SFA: religion and belief in adult learning - learner views

Results of research into the impact of learners’ religion and/or belief on their experiences of adult learning.


Religion and belief in adult learning: learner views

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The Skills Funding Agency commissioned Babcock Research in December 2011 to consider the needs and experiences of learners who have a religion or belief that guides their lives, as well as those learners who do not have any such belief.

Published 5 March 2014