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Author(s):Stern, D., Finkelstein, N., Stone, J. R., III, Latting, J., and Dornsife, C
Title:Research on school-to-work programs in the United States
Short Description:Examines best practices in mentoring programs and documents advantages of mentoring in school-to-work programs.
Annotation:This report examines best practices in mentoring programs and documents advantages of mentoring in school-to-work programs, over other approaches to the issue. The lack of studies demonstrating the impact attributed to mentoring through intuitive and anecdotal evidence is also examined, however, with analysis of the relatively modest effects mentoring research has thus far been able to measure.
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Career Development
Employment and Workforce Development
High School

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