Dropouts

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Young Early School Leavers – Engaging them in vocational training

This research focused on one of the most vulnerable groups in Australia’s vocational education and training (VET) system: young early school leavers. While a quarter of those undertaking government-funded vocational training are aged between 15 and 19 years (NCVER 2017a), many early school leavers are unfortunately disengaging from their vocational training before completion. There are … Continue reading

VET Dropouts in Europe – VET toolkit for tackling early leaving

What is the VET toolkit for tackling early leaving? The Europe-wide VET toolkit for tackling early leaving was developed by Cedefop in 2017. Based on evidence of success, it provides practical guidance, tips, good practices and tools drawn from VET aiming at: helping young people at risk of becoming early leavers to attain at least … Continue reading

Tackling Early Leaving from Education and Training – No single blueprint

Policies and measures to tackle early leaving from education and training are more likely to succeed if they acknowledge the different factors that can influence it and are tailored to the specific profiles of young people at risk of leaving education and training prematurely. There is no single blueprint of an effective intervention to tackle … Continue reading

US / High School Dropouts are Biggest Entrepreneurs

Among America’s most celebrated entrepreneurs are college dropouts like Mark Zuckerberg, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Michael Dell. But as it turns out, the country’s most frequent business founders are dropouts of a different kind: They dropped out of high school. That’s according to the latest numbers from the Kauffman Index of Entrepreneurial Activity, as … Continue reading

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