Flexible Learning Strategies for out-of-school children and youth
UNESCO Asia and Pacific Regional Bureau for Education
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Flexible Learning Strategies (FLS) represent a shift away from a piecemeal approach to provision for the educationally excluded towards more systematic, flexible and rights-based/inclusive interventions, appropriately designed to match their needs and circumstances. The objective of FLS is that, regardless of mode, duration and place of study, excluded children can acquire solid basic literacy and numeracy skills as well as the competencies and life skills required to live safe and dignified lives.