Young People's Perspectives on Education, Training and Employment: Realizing Their Potential
Based on interviews with over 150 young people in education and training, this volume reflects on their perspectives on the issues and challenges that education and training have to offer. The book also develops a comprehensive and inclusive response to policy and provides suggestions for improvements, particularly in the field of vocational education.
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