Adult basic education and literacy activities in Canada, 1975-76

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Considerable regional inequalities in provision and quality of schooling. Formal education managed by. In addition, the Committee received a considerable number of submissions on topics focusing on literacy outreach, English as a Second Language (ESL) and Adult Basic Education (ABE) programs.

Equitable access and affordability issues, and the necessity to address growing demands for post-secondary education in some regional areas were also.

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