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The National Employer Leadership Council published the groundbreaking report, Intuitions Confirmed...The Bottom-line Return on School-to-Work Investment for Students and Employers (March, 1999), detailing positive impact of STC on the following areas:

  • Higher Academic Achievement
  • Better College Preparation
  • Reduced Training & Supervision
  • Increased Retention
  • Increased Hires
  • Better Attendance
  • Reduced Recruitment Costs
  • Reduced Turnover
  • Higher Productivity
  • Benefits-Cost Ratios

Since then, a growing body of research from across the country continues to demonstrate the efficacy and success of school-to-career. Several key research reports from Boston, Philadelphia, and New York State show positive results for business and students -- both high school and post-high school outcomes. In addition to these reports, we list a number of other reports and STC data in the index to the right.

Index of Data & Evalutation

Reports from the National School-to-Work Office:
Synthesis of good news
Progress measures

CA Evaluation Summary
Compiled by Kern County, spotlights STC's benefits to California

Local Bay Area Partnerships
Growing involvement in STC across the region

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