School to Work Transitions

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No “drop” in the bucket: the high costs of dropping out
Canadian Council on Learning
February 2009
Measuring Up 2008 The National Center for Public Policy and Higher Education December 2008
Pathways for Youth to the Labour Market: A Synthesis Report Ron Saunders September 2008
A Developmental Perspective on College and Workplace Readiness Laura Lippman, Astrid Atienza, Andrew Rivers, Julie Keith September 2005
The High Cost of High School Dropouts: What the Nation Pays for Inadequate High Schools Alliance for Excellent Education (Washington, DC) Updated June 2008
You Have to Have That in Your Nature: Understanding the trajectories of youth apprentice< (fee applicable) Alison Taylor August 2008
Making Bridges Visible: An Inventory of Innovative,Effective or Promising Canadian School-to-Work Transition Practices, Programs and Policie Donnalee Bell and Elaine O’Reilly February 2008
Education-to-Labour Market Pathways of Canadian Youth: Findings from the Youth in Transition Survey Patrice de Broucker, Darcy Hango November 2007
Pathways for Youth to the Labour Market: An Overview of High School Initiatives Alison Taylor April 2007
Risk and the school-to-work transition in East Germany and the United States Antje Barabasch 2006
Pathways of Alberta Youth through the Post-secondary System into the Labour Market, 1996-2003 Harvey Krahn and Julie Hudson 2006
The role of Education Maintenance Allowances (EMAs) and vocational learning in boosting post -16 education rates among young people - reflections on current policy making in Britain. Susan Maguire and Dr. Prue Huddleston September 2006
Paying young people to stay on at school – does it work? Evidence from the evaluation of the piloting of the Education Maintenance Allowance (EMA) Sue Maguire and Jo Thompson August 2006
The magic roundabout: work-related learning within the 14–19 curriculum Prue Huddleston & Su-Ann Oh March 2004