Dr Jennifer M. Fullerty was born in Lancashire, England and qualified as a Maths teacher in 1966. She became Company Secretary of a private manufacturing company in 1978 and later the sole proprietor of a property letting agency.
She currently works as an educational consultant, children’s tutor and primary school governor. She is proud to be a member of Soroptomist International advocating ‘the best for women.’
Dr Fullerty is married with two children and two grandchildren and currently lives near Cambridge, England.
Lifelong Learning is her first book.
Lifelong Learning focuses on educational and government policy by analysing the diversity of postmodern society, linking economic, cultural and technological issues. It targets the impact of a specific UK Government initiative—the University for Industry (Ufi)—in terms of educational outcomes across the human lifespan.
By transcribing and interpreting one-to-one interviews, Dr Fullerty reveals government and curriculum inconsistencies in response to learners' 'whole life' educational needs. Lifelong Learning is a lively and incisive approach to the need for greater educational innovation in the UK and further afield.