Adults were able to attend daytime classes at schools, and Radio New Zealand broadcast adult education programmes. Large numbers of students continued to attend WEA courses. New programmes provided reading assistance to adults and taught English as a second language. Te Ataarangi was a programme teaching adults the Māori language. In this timely book, New Zealand's best-known commentator on population trends, Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley, shows how, as New Zealand.
In New Zealand there are four university-based centres for continuing education which provide non-credit short courses. This paper presents data from a survey which was conducted with the intention of building understanding of the cohort of learners who attend short non-credit courses, to better understand their views and values and to determine whether there was a readiness or need to follow Cited by: 2. Adult and Community Education The purpose of the Adult and Community Education (ACE) Fund is to provide community-based education, foundation skills, and pathways into other learning opportunities that meet community learning needs. ACE is delivered by different sectors.