lifelong learning

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learning

 [lern´ing] (pl. learn·ing)
education (def. 2).
the acquisition of knowledge.
learning disorders a group of disorders characterized by academic functioning that is substantially below the level expected on the basis of the patient's chronological age, measured intelligence, and age-appropriate education.
lifelong learning the continuation of the process of education throughout life.

lifelong learning

Learning that continues after formal education ends and fosters professional, intellectual, aesthetic, social, and leadership skills.
See also: learning
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As I said before, being in this business is a lifelong education, and we are still learning.
Lifelong education could prevent the greed, environmental damage and inequality - the consequences of widespread ignorance about finance and politics
Although the idea of lifelong learning and lifelong education has been there since long, but the academic community has witnessed a renewed interest and increased research in this area of vital importance (Sun, 2008; Kirby, Knapper, Lamon and Egnatoff, 2010; Bhola, 2006; Knapper and Cropley, 2000).
Bierma's extensive range of contacts through her work in the Department of Lifelong Education, Administration and Policy make this book an ideal avenue to promote her work in this publication.
Kathryn Roulston is an associate professor in the College of Education at the University of Georgia and teaches in the Qualitative Research Program in the Department of Lifelong Education, Administration and Policy.
As a former teacher, I believe in the value of lifelong education.
We are committed to delivering quality, lifelong education within the workplace that is tailored around the needs of the workforce.
The information resources must be made accessible to children, who must be educated and encouraged to use the resources effectively for lifelong education.
They include expanding college access to low-income and minority students; keeping college affordable; improving learning through new knowledge and instructional techniques; preparing secondary students for higher ed; increasing accountability for educational outcomes; internationalizing the student experience; and increasing chances for lifelong education and workforce training.
The Seventh Framework Programme for Research and Technological Development thus receives more than 54 billion, trans-European transport networks almost 8 billion, and the lifelong education and training programme 6 billion.
Cervero (Professor and head of the department of Lifelong Education, Administration, and Policy at the University of Georgia), Global Issues And Adult Education: Perspectives From Latin America, Southern Africa, And The United States is a 520-page compendium of well informed and knowledgeably written interpretations and investigations of modernization and the importance of adult education with the challenges faced daily with the innovations and technology, as well as world issues at hand.
The Swift Education Suite and 'Technocentre' will boost the Museum's superb education provision with three education rooms, areas for both wet and dry educational activities, superb technical facilities and an exciting lifelong education programme for all ages and abilities.