Career Academies: Longterm Impacts on Labor Market Outcomes, Educational Attainment, and Transitions to Adulthood

This report discusses how Career Academies affected labor market prospects and postsecondary educational attainment following the expected graduation of 1,400 students. Career Academies had sustained earnings gains greater for the Academy group than the non-Academy group, increased the number of young people living independently with children and a spouse or partner, and overall was a viable pathway to postsecondary education options, but was not more effective than options available to those in the non-Academy group.
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Manpower Demonstration Research Corporation
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