Wed 16 May 2012, The Independent

Adult education shows strong class divide

By Richard Garner
The number of adults taking part in learning has plummeted during the past two years, according to figures released yesterday. Middle-class people with well-paid jobs and good qualifications are far more likely to go on courses than the unemployed and unskilled, researchers said.
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