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Interpreting Documents and Making Sense of Public Policy Goals for Career Guidance in Secondary Schools: a Multi-Perspective Comparative Study
Given the significance afforded to career guidance as public policy within compulsory education, increasing our understanding of the role of policy documents in the enactment of career guidance programing is fundamental. ...
Navigating Compulsory Career Studies in Times of Local and Global Economic Challenge: A Teacher's Experience in Eastern Ontario
For some time, youth worldwide have faced high levels of unemployment, up to twice as high as adults in Canada (Quintini, Martin, & Martin, 2007). In an environment proliferated with economic recovery initiatives responding ...