In brief... What can be done to help low-achieving teenagers?
Marc Gurgand and
Eric Maurin ()
CentrePiece - The Magazine for Economic Performance from Centre for Economic Performance, LSE
Young people who drop out of school are far more likely to experience unemployment and poverty than their peers. Experimental research by Eric Maurin and colleagues in deprived neighbourhoods of Paris shows the effectiveness of low-cost interventions that clarify educational options for low-achievers and dramatically reduce the number of dropouts.
Keywords: education objectives; education choices (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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