The Irish National Adult Literacy Agency is responsible for literacy programmes within Ireland. The report inquisition, however, notes that “Family learning programmes in Ireland are provided through Vocational Education Committees and are primarily funded under the adult literacy budget.”
The NALA report provides an overview of family learning as it takes place in local Irish communities and details the benefits of participation to the families involved.
The report provides an initial overview of family learning and its interest to groups such as the Irish National Adult Literacy Agency. The report provides an overview of family learning and the implementation of it within Ireland, including family learning models, family literacy programmes, organisations involved in family learning, etc. The report then provides an overview of the methodology used in the research and provides some history to Family learning in Ireland.
The report then provides a number of case studies of organisations involved in family learning. The report provides information about the organisations involved, demographic information about the areas in question, networking activities, the experiences of the participants, etc.
- Category: Tools and Resources
- Country: Ireland
- Language: English
- Type of file: Text File