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  1. Deaf Students and the School-To-Work Transition by Thomas E. Allen, Brenda W. Rawlings, et all 1989-05
  2. Investing in youth: The Nova Scotia School-to-Work Transition project by Victor Thiessen, 1999
  3. Building School-To-Work Programs: Strategies for Youth With Special Needs by Michael R. Benz, Lauren E. Lindstrom, 1997-04
  4. From School to Work: A Cooperative Education Book by Joseph J. Littrell, 1987-09
  5. Transition from School to Work and Early Labour Market Experience (General Research) by J.J. Sexton, B.J. Whelan, et all 1988-11
  6. State education funding policies and school-to-work transitions for dropouts and at-risk students: A report prepared for the National School-to-Work Opportunities Office by Jana Zinser, 1996-01-01
  7. African Amer Education Data Book: Vol. III: The Transition from School to College and School to Work by Michael T. Nettles, Laura Perna, et all 1997-12
  8. Transition from School to Work: Individual Life Courses Within Social Structures (Contemporary Issues in Education) by Chew Siew Ghee, Siew Ghee Chew, 2005-04
  9. School-To-Work by Arnold H. Packer, Marion W. Pines, et all 1996-01
  10. Gender Matters from School to Work (Modern Educational Thought) by Jane S. Gaskell, 1992-01
  11. Between two worlds: Aspects of the transition from school to work by David E Scharff, 1976
  12. School life and work life: A report of an action-research project on the transition from school to work in the inner city, carried out for the Home Office ... Development Project in Coventry, 1971-1975 by John Bazalgette, 1978
  13. Transition: Perspectives on School to Work in New Zealand by Wanda Korndorffer, 1987-12
  14. On Their Own: Making the Transition from School to Work in the Information Age by Nancy Mandell, Stewart Crysdale, et all 1999-09

41. School To Work Programs
schoolto-work is a new approach to learning in America s schools that links students, educators and employers. In partnership with local and regional
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School-to-Work is a new approach to learning in America's schools that links students, educators and employers. I n partnership with local and regional school to work coordinators VTrans is developing a diverse range of school to work programs for young people. VTrans actively participates in the National Groundhog Job Shadow Day, and provides other job shadow opportunities for Vermont Students. Listed below are other School-to-work programs that VTrans participates in. CBL (Community Base Learning) TRAC CBL ( Community Base Learning) This program was designed to promote interest in transportation careers, and provide effective community outreach and partnering with schools throughout Vermont. VTrans currently has a partnership with Montpelier and U-32 High Schools. In the last several year, a significant number of students have teamed up with VTrans staff in engineering and maintenance sections. To learn more about this program please contact Sonya Boisvert at 802-828-2644 or

42. MDRC - Project Page: School-to-Work Transition Project
The schoolto-work movement was handicapped, however, by a lack of information about communities that had already created innovative combinations of
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School-to-Work Transition Project Policy Framework To prepare young people for productive and satisfying adult lives in the competitive global marketplace, local high schools and employers are being asked to develop effective school-to-work programs. These programs have an important place in the school reform movement, because they change the nature of high school for their students by utilizing the experiences and knowledge contained in modern workplaces. The school-to-work movement was handicapped, however, by a lack of information about communities that had already created innovative combinations of improved high school education and work-based learning.
Agenda, Scope, and Goals The project unfolded in two phases. During the first phase, the research centered on three policy questions:
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43. The School-to-Work Transition: A Cross-National Perspective
Downloadable ! Author(s) Ryan, P.. 2000 Abstract schoolto-work patterns and issues are discussed for seven economies (France, Germany, Japan,
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School-to-work patterns and issues are discussed for seven economies (France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden, UK and US). The emphasis is placed on differences across countries in both the current labour market position of young people and recent trends therein, along with the institutions that regulate youth education, training and employment. The power of public policies - including labour market deregulation, labour market programmes , the vocationalisation of education, and apprenticeship - to improve youth outcomes is discussed, drawing on national evaluation literatures. Evidence of extensive policy failure points up the need to develop nationally appropriate institutions to improve school-to work transitions. Download Info To download: If you experience problems downloading a file, check if you have the proper application to view it first. Information about this may be contained in the File-Format links below. In case of further problems read

44. SSRN-Evaluating School-To-Work Programs Using The New NLSY By David Neumark, Mar
SSRNEvaluating school-to-work Programs Using the New NLSY by David Neumark, Mary Joyce.

45. Overview Of School-to-Work
schoolto-work is an initiative designed to address the nation’s skill shortage through the creation of partnerships between educators, employers,
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These partnerships are being established to bring together state and local efforts to prepare young people for high wage, high skill careers in a dynamic global economy. The School-to-Work Opportunities Act
, signed by President Clinton in 1994 creates a framework for promoting and supporting these broad based partnerships of employers, labor organizations, K-12 educators, post-secondary educational institutions, students and parents and other members of the community. The Act, jointly administrated by the US Departments of Labor and Education specifically requires that representatives of organized labor be engaged in the development, implementation and governance of school-to-work partnerships nationwide. It also reinforces the need to prepare young people with high level of technical skills and related academic competencies.

46. Education World ® Administrators Center: School-to-Work: Connecting Schools And
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47. School-to-Work, A Corporate Raid On Public Education
The schoolto-work education movement should be more widely discussed because it raises, as the above mentioned critics suggest, basic questions about the

48. Cooperative Educational Service Agency #3: School To Work
School to Work Title 1. Instructional Technology Support Services . Youth Apprenticeship, schoolto-work, Carl Perkins, and other related services at
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We provide the following services and programs to the 31 school districts in southwest Wisconsin: Administration
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Gifted and Talented
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School to Work Title 1 Instructional Technology Support Services Regional Media Center Integrating Technology and School Curriculum (iTASC) Media Production Center Delivery Van Service Audio-Visual Supplies NExTT Grant - Title IID Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT) Special Education / Pupil Services Areas of Impairment Leadership Program Support Teachers (PST) Low Incidence Programs (LIP) Transition Support Services Special Education and Intervention Media Center (SEIMC) Staff Development CESA #3 Statewide Grants Regional Services Network (RSN) Hot Topics/Resources How to Access Services Posted at 03:18 PM in Instructional Services School to Work Permalink
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49. School To Work
School to-Work is a locally developed, locally controlled initiative that builds and strengthens collaborations among educators, colleges, businesses, Develo

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50. School To Work: Lesson Plans And Resources For K-12 Teachers
lesson plans for school to work and career education.

51. Vermont School To Work: A One-Stop Resource For Vermont STW Activities
Your onestop resource for school to work activities in Vermont calendar of events and professional development activities, news, exemplary programs and
AS OF JUNE 28, 2002, THE STW WEB SITE WILL NO LONGER BE UPDATED. MATERIAL CONTAINED UNDER THE "EXEMPLARY PROGRAMS", "RESOURCES", AND "TOOLS" SECTIONS OF THE WEB SITE WILL CONTINUE TO REMAIN AVAILABLE AS IS. ADDITIONALLY, THE SEARCH FUNCTION WILL REMAIN ACTIVE IN ORDER TO FACILITATE THE SEARCH PROCESS WITHIN THESE THREE SECTIONS. Eight years after the 1994 School to Work Act was passed into law, STW is sustaining itself through the high school reform movement. Applied learning, integrated curriculum, career exploration, job shadowing, work-based learning, and learning through internship have increased opportunities for students and impacted their aspirations for the future.
In Vermont, the tenants of STW are woven throughout the Twelve Principles recommended by Vermont's High School Task Force to guide current high school reform initiatives. Materials contained in the "Exemplary Programs", "Resources", and "Tools" sections will now be incorporated into the Web pages for High School Innovation and Renewal at

52. LD OnLine :: Transition: School To Work
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53. Georgia School To Work
Welcome to the Georgia School To Work Website. We hope this site will help you gain a better understanding of this education/career strategy,
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W elcome to the Georgia School To Work Website. We hope this site will help you gain a better understanding of this education/career strategy, and how you can participate. We encourage you to understand what exactly is the School To Work strategy. Use the links provided to research and gain a basic working knowledge of this opportunity. Or contact us to make arrangements for a seminar at your partnership site. After establishing a basic understanding, acquire some more advanced knowledge. These pages of information offer more specific information on the most frequently asked questions concerning involvement in the StW strategy. If you cannot locate the answer to your questions, or have comments or suggestions, or desire more information, please feel free to contact us. Georgia's School to Work . . .

54. Greater Hillsboro Area Chamber Of Commerce | School To Work
If you are interested in learning more about School to Work, we would love to talk with you. Please contact us at 503.648.1102.
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School to Work "Our country's future success is dependent upon the sharing of our time and knowledge with the generations that will lead us." ~Theodore Roosevelt School to Work...Workforce Development...
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The Hillsboro Chamber of Commerce is aware of the concerns of the business community regarding the quality of our future workforce. Our future computer programmers, managers, sales reps, technicians and administrative assistants are in school today. In a few years these students will be working in our community in both the private and public sector. If you could talk to them now, what would you tell them? You would tell them it is important to learn critical thinking skills, develop a strong work ethic and work well with others. You would show them how and why basic skills such as English, math and science are used in the 'real world.' Below are some examples of how you can become involved in shaping the future of our workforce:

55. Employment: School To Work
To help close this gap, the Foundation developed Bridges from school to work, a program that matches the interests and abilities of young people with the

56. Character Education - Workplace Ethics - School To Work - Workplace Readiness
School to Work Ethics in the Workplace. As young people enter the workforce they encounter a variety of ethical problems that require tough decisions.
As young people enter the workforce they encounter a variety of ethical problems that require tough decisions. Here are some thorny scenarios for your students to wrestle with. The material on this page was adapted from Not For Sale - Ethics in the Workplace, a video based learning program developed by the Ethics Resource Center, in Washington, D.C. Honesty
Getting Ahead Suppose you are a sales clerk in a store and some of your friends want you to let them shoplift. Answer the following questions. 1. If you refused to let them shoplift, would that make you a disloyal friend? Explain your answer. 2. How would you respond if your friends said to you: - "Just turn your back. You won't even be involved." - "Don't let it bother you. Everybody does it." - "The store will never miss it." - "This store rips everybody off. We're entitled to get even." 3. If they shoplift despite your objections, what would you do? 4. Many people think you can't get ahead being honest. Do you agree or disagree? Explain.

57. New Ways To Work
New Ways to Work provides technical assistance, training, customized tools and facilitated support to employers, schools, community organizations and

INet Survey Results 06-07
Total Youth Served:
Total Leveraged Resources:
$70,008,641, which is $401.00 for each youth
Service Spotlight: Work Readiness Certification is being provided by 50% of membership
Respondents Who Served Out-of-School Youth:
Respondents Who Served At-Risk
Total Educational Partners Engaged:
Total Workplace Partners Engaged:
Total Community Based Organizations and Government Agencies Engaged:

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(PDF 174kb) for a full summary report of the 05-06 INet survey results as well as a list of discussion questions. The Intermediary Network (INet) is a national association of leading education, workforce, and youth development organizations working in local communities to ensure youth success. Network members connect schools, communities, government agencies, workplace partners, and youth organizations to improve outcomes for youth and help build a future workforce. A group of National Affiliate Members support local organizations in their efforts to improve the lives of our nation’s youth. Members also convene local, regional, and state-wide organizations doing similar work to maximize resources and effort. The growth of intermediaries is part of a broad trend within our economy and society toward fluid, networked, and interactive systems for organizing multi-partner communications and collaboration. As innovative, project-specific, and goal-oriented partnerships have grown across the economy and society, organizations to broker, manage, and simplify these relationships have solidified and matured.

58. Welcome To KAPOW
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seeks to inspire and educate elementary school children
about work and working
through partnerships
among businesses, communities and schools
KIDS AND THE POWER OF WORK, a program of the National Child Labor Committee
Founded in 1991 by Grand Metropolitan and the National Child Labor Committee , KAPOW is now operating in 30 communities, serving a diverse population of 50,000 students across the country.
According to a recent Brandeis University two-year evaluation study, KAPOW is: "a replicable national model that can serve as the elementary school level component for communities developing K-12 school-to career activities" "…helping elementary school students learn about various kinds of work, value what they do in school and correlate the application of classroom skills to life on the job"

59. STW Alliance - Home
Building Effective SchoolBusiness Partnerships The School to Work Alliance fall training workshop series has been a big success.
What's New?
Annual School-Business Partnership Reception
moved to fall of 2005.
Watch for updated information.
Building Effective School-Business Partnerships:
The School to Work Alliance fall training workshop series has been a big success. Teacher Job Shadow Day Pilot. Outstanding Partnerships Recognized: Emails and News Alerts: Receive periodic emails and news alerts about career readiness issues. Career Readiness Web Site: The Coalition for Career Readiness in New York adds resources for student internships to its website.

60. L I Transition From School To Work
Transition from School to Work Abstract Transition from School to Work OVR Programs and Services Any high school student with a disability who may need

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