NIFL-ASSESSMENT 2005: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:985] Adult Upgrading Stu

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Hi all--and especially our friends in Canada. What do you mean by "adult upgrading

I just found a great article using journals with this population
but I'm not sure who these students are. Are they beginners, advanced learners?

Here's the link:

Any translations?
And Marie, I didn't find it on your nifty glossary in
the ALEWiki either. :)

Jean Marrapodi
Providence Assembly of God Learning

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