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The contribution that alternate, pull-out and externally provided programs within schools make towards student learning, wellbeing and pathways
reportposted on 2014-04-01, 00:00 authored by D Zyngier, Ros BlackRos Black, N Brubaker, M Pruyn
Research report for Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Frankston Mornington Peninsula Youth Partnerships & Frankston Mornington Peninsula Local Learning Employment Network. The focus of this review is on programs organised for schools by providers external to the education system for students who are at risk of not completing both compulsory and the non‐compulsory years of schooling and/or who are at risk of low academic achievement. The nature of such risks faced by students and the responses of education institutions to them—and the efficacy of such programs—are also considered.