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August, 2001, Vol. 124, No. 8
School-to-work programs: information from two surveys
Economist, Formerly with the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Professor of Economics, Michigan State University and a research affiliate at the National Bureau of Economic Research.
Data from the 1996 School Administrator's Survey show that three-fifths of U.S. high schools offer school-to-work
programs, while data from the 1997 National Longitudinal Survey show that nearly two-fifths of students participate in such programs;
also, public high school students and those who work are more
likely to participate in school-to-work programs
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