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This Cedefop study focuses on the contribution that vocational education and training (VET) can make to reducing early leaving from education and training (ELET).

Published in two volumes, the first is dedicated to understanding better the learning pathways of young students, providing measurements of early leaving in VET, and understanding the role of VET in breaking the vicious cycle of early leaving and unemployment. This second volume reviews VET-related measures to tackle ELET, either by preventing learners dropping out and/or by bringing those who have already left back to education and training. This volume identifies and discusses the key features of successful policies and practices, plus the conditions necessary to evaluate and upscale successful regional and local practices to national strategies.

Publication details

Publication number
5558
Publication year
2016
Publication month
October
Publication type

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Leaving education early: putting vocational education and training centre stage

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Leaving education early: putting vocational education and training centre stage

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Executive summary

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Chapter 1. Introduction

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Chapter 2. Research scope and methodology

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Chapter 3. VET policies to address early leaving

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Chapter 4. Key features of effective policies

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Chapter 5. Policy impact: evaluating VET measures

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Chapter 6. Conclusions and policy messages

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Bibliography

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Annex_Reviewed evaluations and main results

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