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This paper reports on the first stage of an ongoing research project: how three Canadian adult education programs, which share the common mission of providing access to the study of the liberal arts for non-traditional adult learners, have evolved over the past few years. We consider both the commonalities and variances across the programs to understand how each iteration’s socio-political context has informed their interpretation of the common mission.

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This paper reports on the first stage of an ongoing research project: how three Canadian adult education programs, which share the common mission of providing access to the study of the liberal arts for non-traditional adult learners, have evolved over the past few years. We consider both the commonalities and variances across the programs to understand how each iteration’s socio-political context has informed their interpretation of the common mission.