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Terri Seddon & Kathleen Ferguson

In: Making Schools Different: Alternative Approaches to Educating Young People

Chapter 11: Learning Spaces in Educational Partnerships

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Learning Spaces in Educational Partnerships
Learning spaces in educational partnerships
TerriSeddon
KathleenFerguson

This chapter considers why partnerships ‘do schooling differently’. The chapter:

Partnerships are an increasingly familiar way of doing education differently. In our case (see Case study 14.1 in Chapter 14) we describe a learning space developed through a local learning and employment network (LLEN) — a partnership in Victoria, Australia. The Labor government introduced these LLENs in 2001 as a means of addressing poor education and employment outcomes amongst 15- to 19-year-olds ...

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