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Adult Education Under Fire

Published fredag 5 oktober 2007 kl 13.07

Sweden’s extensive system of adult education has been in the news this week, with criticism over government funding cuts.

The system makes it possible for those who failed to finish high school to pick up the courses they need to get into a university, and allows adults to study for extra qualifications later in life.

More controversially, it also gives students a second chance to improve their grades if they didn’t do as well as they might have the first time around:

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