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Learning To Work: Making the Transition From School to Work

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Learning To Work: Making the Transition From School to Work

Publisher: U.S. Government Printing Office
Number of pages: 114

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Work-based learning can potentially help students see the relevance of their academic studies later in life, allow students to explore career options, and help them develop needed occupational skills. But the implementation of good work-based learning programs will require considerable effort on the part of schools and participating businesses.

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