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Professionalization of Adult Educators in Estonia – From a Biographical Perspective

  • Larissa JõgiEmail author
  • Marin Gross
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Zusammenfassung

The importance of adult education as part of lifelong learning and adult educators who play a key role in making lifelong learning a reality is widely recognized and discussed in adult education practice. In Estonia education policy, with its focus on lifelong learning, has been subject to a continual systematic process of strategic renewal. There is increased concern about the need to qualify adult education practitioners so as to enhance quality in the provision of adult education and training.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Adult Education DepartmentTallinn UniversityTallinnEstonia

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