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School To Work : Research On Programs In The United States - David Stern

School To Work

Research On Programs In The United States

Hardcover Published: 7th February 1995
ISBN: 9780750704281
Number Of Pages: 188

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An in-depth investigation into career-related programmes in American secondary schools and two-year further education colleges is given in this book. In addition to reviewing evidence on the effectiveness of vocational coursework, the authors analyse programmes involving students who study and work simultaneously, including co-operative education, youth apprenticeship and school-based enterprise.; Chapters deal with the problems encountered in the school-to-work transition: the preparation necessary not only for this transition but for changes encountered when jobs end abruptly, and issues covered include combining school-based and work-based learning and teaching and linking secondary with post- secondary education. Research on programmes involving students simultaneously working and at school, including non-school-supervised employment is also covered, as is co-operative education, which places students in jobs related to their fields of study. The traditional elements of post-school education and training are discussed together with an investigation into newer approaches including career academics and career magnet schools and programmes bridging secondary and post secondary education. Additionally, selected studies of programmes for out- of-school youth are reviewed.; To conclude, the authors consider new school-to-work systems and whether specially designed programmes for the non-college-bound students would be stigmatised as second best, or if an alternative programme could maintain an option for students to attend four year colleges and universities, the latter making the design and operation of school-to-work systems more difficult. Of interest to administrators, teachers, policy makers, analysts and employers, the findings in this book will shed light on the viability of new school-to- work initiatives currently being implemented in the UK, Europe and USA.

Acknowledgments
List of Figures and Tables
Executive Summaryp. 1
The Transition Problem, and Proposed Solutionsp. 5
Floundering Youth in the US Labor Marketp. 5
Elements of School-to-Work Programsp. 9
School-and-Work Programs in Secondary Schoolsp. 17
cooperative Educationp. 17
Youth Apprenticeshipp. 25
School-Based Enterprisep. 36
Non-School-Supervised Work Experiencep. 39
New Findings from the NCRVE Longitudinal Studyp. 45
Career Counseling and Job Placementp. 52
Mentoring Programsp. 55
School-and-Work Programs in Two-Year Collegesp. 61
Cooperative Educationp. 61
Apprenticeshipp. 64
Career Counseling and Job Placementp. 70
Relevance of Vocational Education to Subsequent Employmentp. 73
High Schools and Secondary Vocational Centersp. 73
Two-Year Colleges and Proprietary Schoolsp. 89
Tech-prep: Bridging Secondary and Post-secondaryp. 107
Programs for Out-of-School Youthp. 120
Strategic Choicesp. 124
Appendix A: Examples of School-To-Work Programs, and Program Elementsp. 131
Appendix B: Names and Locations of School-To-Work Programsp. 137
Referencesp. 141
Indexp. 165
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ISBN: 9780750704281
ISBN-10: 0750704284
Series: Stanford Series on Education and Public Policy
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 188
Published: 7th February 1995
Publisher: FALMER PR
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 16.51  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.45
Edition Number: 1

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