Achieving Our Potential: An Action Plan for Prior Learning Assessment and Recognition (PLAR) in Canada

Posted in Discussion Papers

Excerpt from the report’s core argument:

“At the moment, we face, with few exceptions, a leadership vacuum in the recognition of prior and experiential learning in Canada. While we have a wealth of innovation, exemplary practice and positive outcomes developed over 30 years of demonstrations and evaluations, PLAR still lacks the strategic and sustained public policy commitment and the active sectoral support necessary to meet our current and future demographic realities.”

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