Earning and learning: youth employment policies and programs
'Earning and Learning is such a thorough description of implementation processes, strategies and program components that the reader feels that it would be possible to operate these programs based on the details contained in the book. Therefore, Earning and Learning can be very helpful to practitioners wishing to set up a youth employment program combining schooling, private sector employment, career awareness and job readiness training.' -- Youth Alternatives, Spring 1982
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Foreword by Robert Taggart
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academic credit activities ACWE projects administration alternative school approach April career awareness CETA office CETA prime sponsor CETA programs CETA/LEA linkage classroom collaboration component cooperation coordination created decision-making Desanctis ects efforts eligible employment and training enlightened self-interest enrollment established Exemplary In-School exemplary project experience federal funding source Glenwood goals gram high school identified incentives initial institutions interinstitutional linkages interview involved job slots LEA school linkages developed located monitoring nonprofit on-site observer organizations parent project PARTICIPANT OBSERVATION participants peer counselors person personnel placement problems program implementation program operation proj project director project operator project staff proposal public sector qualitative research referrals relationship reported result role school system school-to-work transition served service agencies service delivery skills specific strategies target teachers tion vocational Vocational Education YEDPA YETP Youth Employment youth participants youth programs Youthwork