Family learning has evolved as an intergenerational model of learning with learning outcomes for adults and children. Both generations learn from and with each other and this nurtures a culture of learning within the family. It can include a wide range of activities: some informal; some specific government funded programmes.
This paper summarises evidence to the Family Learning Inquiry about the impact of family learning. Most of the research and evidence focuses on the impact of specific learning programmes, including family English and maths.
- Category: Policy Papers
- Country: United Kingdom
- Language: English
- Type of file: Text File