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close this bookThe Transition of Youth from School to Work: Issues and Policies (IIEP, 2000, 188 p.)
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View the documentIntroduction by David Atchoarena
Open this folder and view contentsChapter I. From initial education to working life: making transition work by Marianne Durand-Drouhin and Richard Sweet
Open this folder and view contentsChapter II. Training unemployed youth in Latin America: same old sad story? by Claudio de Moura Castro and Aimée Verdisco
Open this folder and view contentsChapter III. Transition from school to work in Korea: reforms to establish a new pathway structure across education and the labour market by Kioh Jeong
Open this folder and view contentsChapter IV. The integration of youth into the informal sector: the Kenyan experience by Ahmed K. Ferej
Open this folder and view contentsChapter V. Youth and work in South Africa: issues, experiences and ideas from a young democracy by Adrienne Bird
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IIEP publications and documents

More than 1,200 titles on all aspects of educational planning have been published by the International Institute for Educational Planning. A comprehensive catalogue is available in the following subject categories:

Educational planning and global issues
General studies - global/developmental issues

Administration and management of education
Decentralization - participation - distance education - school mapping - teachers

Economics of education
Costs and financing - employment - international co-operation

Quality of education
Evaluation - innovation - supervision

Different levels of formal education
Primary to higher education

Alternative strategies for education
Lifelong education - non-formal education - disadvantaged groups - gender education

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