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Community Arts and Education (CAE) at CCCU and the Workers ’ E ducational Association. Partners in Progression. An analysis of learning needs in marginalised communities in three coastal towns. www.wea.org.uk. 1903. R H Tawney.

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community arts and education cae at cccu and the workers e ducational association

Community Arts and Education (CAE) at CCCU and the Workers’ Educational Association

partners in progression

Partners in Progression

An analysis of learning needs in marginalised communities in three coastal towns

r h tawney
R H Tawney

“Our business is not to organise classes for those whom it is easiest to attract…It is to create a demand for education in individuals or bodies who may be unconscious of its importance to them but who, if a tolerable society is to be created, must be won to believe in it”

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2013

We create an appetite for learning in the most disadvantaged communities. The value of education is not simply instrumental – enabling people to participate in the labour market for example; it is important because it enables people to interpret the world and to change it.

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Education has an emancipatory effect; a more generally educated society ought to give people more opportunity and is therefore characterised by a higher degree of freedom.

sam butterworth
Sam Butterworth

Sam was Chair of WEA Herne Bay branch.

He generously left his estate to the WEA, to be used in what was his local area.

This research continues his commitment to widening participation in education.

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I can read but I’m in a predicament with writing. I can’t do forms, I can’t write or sign letters.

Woman, 71, Margate

I did well at school. I went to college afterwards. I mean I’ve actually walked away with 27 exams underneath my belt…. 27 exams never helped me get a job for love or money.

Woman, 50s, Herne Bay