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Title: Education employment linkages literature review
Author: Higgins, Jane
Vaughan, Karen
Phillips, Hazel
Dalziel, Paul
Date: 8-Jul-2008
Publisher: Lincoln University. Agribusiness and Economics Research Unit
Item Type: Oral Presentation
Abstract: How can formal support systems best help young New Zealanders make good education-employment linkages to benefit themselves, their communities, and the national economy, in school communities, regional communities, Māori and Pasifika communities, and in employer-led channels? This literature review cover aspects of identity, discovery and development of abilities, opportunities and structures, and the linking of education and employment.
Description: This presentation was prepared for a research seminar on the Education Employment Linkages programme, hosted by He Pārekereke at the Wharenui Marae, Victoria University of Wellington (Karori campus) on 8 July 2008. The seminar was for members of the programme’s External Reference Group of policy advisors.
Persistent URL (URI): http://hdl.handle.net/10182/3478
Related: Original publication is available from http://www.eel.org.nz/
Related URI: http://www.eel.org.nz/
Rights: Copyright © The Authors
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