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Literacy, Language and Numeracy… and Youth: Part 2


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Last updated 30 January 2013 15:19 by NZTecAdmin

NZ Management Academies. In this presentation Gillian shares the effects of embedding literacy, language and numeracy in a Youth Guarantee Programme on the participation, retention and achievement of young learners. Her presentation has been split into 2 short clips.

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