Recurrent Education: Policy and Development in OECD Member Countries : France, Issue 4

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Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 1976 - Adult education - 30 pages
One of a series which examines recurrent education in countries which are members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), this document examines continuing education in France. The series is intended both to describe existing educational practice with regard to continuing education and to attempt an estimation of future developments in the field. Chapter I, Continuing Occupational Training and Recurrent Education, discusses the aims of continuing education in France and examines what is actually happening in this area of education today. The second chapter, Continuing Occupational Training as an Intermediate Stage between Innovation and the Reproduction of Existing Social Patterns, describes the steps which have been taken toward establishing a pattern of alternating periods of work and training. Difficulties encountered at the school and university levels and in industry are examined. The document concludes with annexes of statistical information. (Author/RM)

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Preface
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Continuing training in practice
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Difficulties at school and university level
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