Correspondence Education

The most striking feature to emerge from any study of correspondence education is ‘the vigour of this branch of adult education in spite of official neglect and scholarly disapproval’. Although correspondence education has attracted comparatively little attention in a large number of countries, from educationalists, official governmental bodies, a number of countries has made full use of its advantages for a long time. Australia and New Zealand have had correspondence education systems for more than fifty years.


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