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Equal opportunity


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The principle and practice whereby learning programmes comprising common learning outcomes are provided which can be reached at different rates, by learners with specialised education needs, by adults, and by children, both inside and outside mainstream education and training.
Source: SAQA 2013, South Africa
The general principle of equal opportunities contains two key elements: one is the ban on discrimination on grounds of nationality, and the other is equality for men and women. It is intended to apply to all fields, particularly economic, social, cultural and family life.
Source: EU Commission LLP 2007-2013, Europe
Equal opportunities apply when every student or trainee with the necessary skills, experience and qualifications to undertake education or training is given an equal chance of doing so.
Source: EU Commission AL 2010, Europe

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