Recently Completed Primary Research

March 2011
Adult Basic Education & Literacy Journal;Spring2011, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p58
Academic Journal
The article previews several completed primary research related to education, including "Tuning In to Local Labor Markets: Findings from the Sectoral Employment Impact Study," "Improving the Literacy and Numeracy of Young People in Custody and in the Community" and "The Upskilling Research and Evaluation Project."


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