Summary of Ontario LBS concerns

Yesterday I posted about Ontario’s consultations on its Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) program and on strengthening its adult education system.

Christine Pinsent-Johnson has taken the October 2017 Symposium report and re-organized it into a summary that follows the 8 key ways identified to improve LBS. You can read her post here: A Record of LBS Concerns from the October 5th Symposium

I’m glad Christine put this summary together. It organizes the complex and extensive discussions into a more manageable document.


About Brigid Hayes

Brigid Hayes has developed an expertise in learning that spans almost 30 years as a senior policy advisor, program manager and partnership developer. Her knowledge of and experience in workplace literacy and learning has contributed to her recognition as an expert in this field, and she has undertaken significant activities to both help promote and enhance literacy and lifelong learning. Brigid works as an independent consultant and expert advisor on learning, literacy, and work. She has successfully developed a strategic planning and policy development practice involving workplace literacy, essential skills, partnership development, research, and evaluation.
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