Much is expected of the further education sector and the teachers and students who work and learn in it. Little is known, however, about the work of teachers or students' experiences as learners. Drawing on a two-year in-depth qualitative study attention is drawn to how teachers cope in the face of what for them seems like endless change, and to students' accounts of their transitions into and experiences of further education and how, in turn, learning is embedded in their interactions and the wider social environment.
How to Cite:
Rees G. & Jephcote M. & Salisbury J., (2009) “Learning and Working in Further Education in Wales: an overview and initial findings”, Wales Journal of Education 14(2).