Young adults

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Northeastern Ontario (2001)

The author of this report collected demographic information on a group of 53 young people between the ages of 15 and 26. The respondents had left the formal school system at some point in the past, though some of them had taken or were taking alternative learning or skills upgrading classes.

The author tabulated information about the respondents’ backgrounds, living arrangements, employment status, and parental literacy levels.

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2009-11-10

Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project - Phase II: Cochrane (2001)

This is a brief survey done in 2001 extracts demographic data sets regarding literacy rates, attitudes and situational factors amongst youth learners in Cochrane, Ontario by the Listen to Learn Youth Literacy Project. The survey examines a small number of youths ranging from 15-23 from varying backgrounds.

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2009-08-26

Helping Communities Bloom (2009)

A Family Literacy Resource Guide for British Columbia

This Family Literacy Resource Guide is intended to provide support and information to the many individuals and groups
involved in family literacy throughout the province of British Columbia.

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2009-07-07

Pathways to College (2008)

Report of the Adult Student Pathways to College Post-secondary Programs Project

About 25 per cent of students in post-secondary Ontario college programs have delayed their entrance to college and have never participated in any form of post-secondary education. These delayed entrants take multiple pathways to college that include participating in courses or programs to upgrade their academic skills.

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2009-02-24

Successful Transitions... To College Post-secondary and Apprenticeship Programs (2008)

Part of the Learner Skill Attainment Framework Initiative

Successful Transitions to College Post-secondary and Apprenticeship Programs is a follow-up study to the 2007 report entitled Essential Skills for Success in College Post-secondary and Apprenticeship Programs.

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2009-02-24

Pathways for Youth to the Labour Market: An Overview of High School Initiatives (2007)

Canadian Policy Research Networks (CPRN) is in the middle of a two year project designed to profile the range of school-to-work pathways taken by Canadian youth and to identify factors associated with more successful transitions into rewarding employment. This report is the third in the CPRN series Pathways for Youth to the Labour Market.

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2008-10-17

Resources for Youth Literacy: The Photography Project (2002)

This document describes a literacy project conducted in the Simcoe County region of Ontario that utilized photography as way to engage students. The target group for this project was youth ages 16 to 24 years who had left the school system.

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2008-07-11

Connecting Supply and Demand in Canada's Youth Labour Market (2008)

CPRN Research Report

Canadian Policy Research Networks began the Pathways project in an attempt to shed more light on the paths young people take through school to the labour market and on the institutional and policy arrangements and values that support or hinder successful pathways.

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2008-06-12

Making Bridges Visible (2008)

An Inventory of Innovative, Effective or Promising Canadian School-to-Work Transition Practices, Programs and Policies

This is a report on research done by the Work and Learning Knowledge Centre (WLKC) on current Canadian practices, programs and polices aimed at improving school-to-work transitions for school-leavers. Data for this project was gathered through a survey of the WLKC Transitions and Access Working Groups and supplemented by a Canadian literature review.

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2008-04-04

Women's Art & Literacies: Scaffolding learning & supporting, planning & participation through a series of art workshops (2007)

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In 2006 - 2007, Quality Learning New Brunswick worked with women living in one of New Brunswick's largest public housing neighbourhoods to develop and deliver a series of art workshops.

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2008-03-12

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