First chance for a real education – an impact study of adult literacy - A follow-up study of Training Opportunities and Youth Training adult literacy students in Christchurch, New Zealand (2003)
Type of ContentAuthored Books
PublisherTertiary Education Commission Te Amorangi Mätauranga Matua
University of Canterbury. Continuing and Bridging Education
- Education: Reports 
CitationBenseman, J., Tobias, R. (2003) First chance for a real education – an impact study of adult literacy - A follow-up study of Training Opportunities and Youth Training adult literacy students in Christchurch, New Zealand. Wellington: Tertiary Education Commission Te Amorangi Mätauranga Matua.
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