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AutorenBuchholz, Sandra; Unfried, Julia; Blossfeld, Hans-Peter
TitelReinforcing social inequalities?
Adult learning and returns to adult learning in germany.
QuelleAus: Blossfeld, Hans-Peter (Hrsg.); Kilpi-Jakonen, Elina (Hrsg.); Vono de Vilhena, Daniela (Hrsg.); Buchholz, Sandra (Hrsg.): Adult larning in modern societies. An international comparison from a life-course perspective. Cheltenham, UK u.a.: Edward Elgar (2014) S. 242-263
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ReiheeduLife lifelong learning
BeigabenLiteraturangaben, Abbildungen, Tabellen
Spracheenglisch
Dokumenttypgedruckt; online; Sammelwerksbeitrag
ISBN978-1-78347-517-9; 978-1-78347-518-6
DOI10.4337/9781783475186.00021
SchlagwörterErwachsenenbildung; Arbeitsmarkt; Lebenslanges Lernen; Internationaler Vergleich;
AbstractAttention toward education has strongly increased in Germany, especially since the disappointing results of PISA 2000. As a consequence, public investments in education have grown over the past years. However, it must be mentioned that up to now, reforms and debates have mainly addressed early childhood education, schooling, and tertiary education (Deiss 2011). So far, little attention has been paid toward improving adult learning and educational opportunities for persons who have already entered the labor market – surprisingly enough, though, such efforts would target the largest part of the population. From an economic point of view, neglecting education for adults is not very forward-looking for modern societies since it has become more and more important for countries to keep the qualifications of the workforce up to date over its whole life course. Ongoing accelerated economic change and tertiarization under globalization have increased the economic need for adult and lifelong learning (Buchholz, Hofäcker and Blossfeld 2006). Additionally, demographic aging structurally enforces the necessity for continued training due to the fact that labor markets will face significant labor shortages in coming years (Buchholz 2008; Blossfeld, Buchholz and Kurz 2011). Furthermore, the latest pension reforms, which expect older persons in Germany to prolong their working life, demand growing investments in the constant (re)training of adults in order to secure their employability (Buchholz 2008; Buchholz et al. 2011). (Orig.).
Erfasst vonDIPF | Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation, Frankfurt am Main
UpdateNeueintrag 2018-06
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