Early school leaving and lifelong guidance

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    Peter Plant, DanmarkAnnemarie Oomen, Holland
Early school leaving (ESL) is costly for the individual, for society and for the economy. Not just in economic terms, but also in terms of low self esteem, and the risk of social exclusion. More, and, in particular, better education can lead to positive outcomes, in relation to employment, level of salaries, better health, less crime, higher social cohesion, lower public and social costs and higher productivity. This is why ESL is a policy focal point. In these terms, lifelong guidance has a key role to play in terms of both prevention, intervention, and of compensation strategies.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedJyväskylä
ForlagEuropean Lifelong Guidance Policy Network, ELGPN
Antal sider15
Rekvirerende organELGPN
StatusUdgivet - 22 okt. 2014
SerietitelELGPN Concept Note
Nummer6

    Forskningsområder

  • Early School Leaving, Lifelong guidance, Folkeskole, Grundskole, Livslang læring, Vejledning

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