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20th Century Assessment In A 21st Century Learning Environment
PLAR - an Idea Whose Time has Come
Taking the Power of Experiential Learning to the Streets: GIT En Amerique
The effectiveness of work-experience programs in Canadian high schools
State of Learning in Canada: Toward a Learning Future
CCL Calls for Expressions of Interest
Another Step toward the Creation of the Adult Learning Knowledge Centre
The 21st Century Learning Initiative in Canada
Student Achievement - What Shoudl We Really Be Measuring?
21st Century Learning Initiative
Canada's High School Dropout Rates Are Falling
CCL Update
Journal of Applied Research On Learning (JARL)
Play is Essential for Optimal Development
First National Report on Post-Secondary Education Paints Worrisome Picture for Canada's Future
State of Learning in Canada: No Time for Complacency
Canada's Biggest Economic Challenge: Improving Workplace Learning
CLI Composite Learning Index
New CCL Report: Canada Must Unlock Potential in Adult Learning
State of Learning in Canada: A Year in Review
Employer Investment in Workplace Learning
Post-Secondary Education in Canada: Strategies for Success
Gender Differences in Career Choices: Why Girls Don't Like Science
Reading the Future
Adult Learning Celebrated in Six Videos
Post-Secondary Education in Canada: Meeting Our Needs?
Message From The (CCL) President
Science Literacy: What do Students Know and What do They Want to Know?
Taking Stock: Lifelong Learning in Canada 2005–2010
Taking Stock of Lifelong Learning in Canada (2005-2010): Progress or Complacency?
The Future of the Canadian Council on Learning
Are Canadians falling short of their potential?

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