Research evaluation of the Toronto Board of Education Community-Based Education for Work, Career

Soudack, Avi
March 1996
Guidance & Counseling;Spring96, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p31
Academic Journal
Examines the impact and implementation of the Toronto Board of Education Community-Based Education for Work, Career, and Life (CWCL) Pilot Project, a model integrating school and community through the exposure of students to workplaces and workers in the surrounding community. Reduction of the likelihood of student drop-outs; Enhancement of career and worklife preparation.


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