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The 2003 variation of schooling coverage research attracts on overseas views to supply up to date analyses of key schooling coverage demanding situations and tasks. It comprises studies of coverage matters and foreign advancements in: - * the methods t
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Policy makers in many OECD countries recognise the importance of career guidance for the effectiveness of their education systems. Countries were asked to indicate their key goals and objectives for career guidance in the national questionnaires that they completed for the OECD review of career guidance policies. They were also asked to indicate the major educational, labour market and social influences that are currently shaping their career guidance policies. Austria saw career guidance as a way to improve the permeability and effectiveness of educational pathways.
In England, the career service at the University of Leicester used to require all students to make an appointment and have a lengthy interview. During the 1990s student numbers grew by 50% but staff numbers in the career service declined. This forced a rethink. Now, a drop-in, self-service system in a careers resource centre is the major initial form of contact. Career development programmes are run in all undergraduate classes with each undergraduate department having a careers tutor to act as a first point of contact.
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Education Policy Analysis -- 2003 Edition by OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing