The indicators identified in this report coincide with the four areas identified by the working group as relevant policy areas for quality of lifelong learning. The first area focuses on the skills, attitudes and competencies of the individual. The second area, on access and participation, describes the interaction between the individual and the system. A third area on resources for lifelong learning has its focus on system parameters and, to a lesser extent, individual parameters. ‘System’ issues are addressed in the final area, keeping in mind that defining lifelong learning as a ‘system’ is a challenge in itself.
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