Youth transitions - the journey from school to work

A significant number of young Australians can’t stand school and many people are ill suited to a university education. So is it wise to insist that everyone complete year 12? Should we be encouraging ever more young people to get an uni degree? Do we need a complete overhaul of vocational education and apprenticeships? Paul Barclay questions an expert panel about what the ingredients are to a successful transition to work and adulthood for Australian youth. Recorded at the National Centre for Vocational Education Research forum.

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