Australia faces a pressing need for quality flexible learning programs to cater for the increasing number of young people who are disengaging from schooling at an early age.

This project aimed to define the economic and social benefits of participation in flexible learning for both the students and the wider community.

The Brotherhood was a partner in this collaborative project funded by an Australian Research Council linkage grant. Its researchers worked alongside program staff to ensure the results would contribute to quality educational opportunities.

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