National Literacy Trust - Aspirations Survey

Attitudes to Learning
National Literacy Trust - Aspirations Survey

"Created by the National Literacy Trust, this is the first survey to explore aspirations and literacy. The report revealed that good literacy skills could be the key to helping young people and adults overcome barriers, by giving them the confidence to pursue their aspirations. This survey explores (1) How young people and adults define aspirations; (2) What the aspirations of young people and adults are; (3) What influences the aspirations of young people and adults; (4)What the perceived barriers for achieving aspirations are, and how these change over time; (5) How young people and adults see the role of literacy in achieving their aspirations"

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Christina Clark, Anne Teravainen-Goff

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