Recent policy and funding reforms by the provincial government have affected fundamental aspects of Adult Basic Education (ABE) programming in British Columbia. This study explores the systemic problems faced by ABE programs because of these reforms. It focuses on understanding factors, which in recent years have impacted program quality and outcomes. The study relies on qualitative data compiled through interviews and case study analysis. Finally, the study formulates and assesses policy alternatives for program improvement.
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