School drop-out prevention: A multifaceted program for the improvement of adolescent employability, academic achievement, and personal identity
There is a growing effort in this country to find effective ways to deal with the drop-out problem. Among those involved in this search are policy-makers, business persons, educators, psychologists and parents. One result of this effort was the passage of the Job Training Partnership Act (JTPA) in 1982 and amended in 1986. In addition to the JPTA involvement in adult training and employment programs, the legislation has enabled summer programs to be established in some locations around the country for high school students who are considered to be "high-risk" in terms of their likelihood of dropping out of school.
Dropouts--Prevention, Education, Academic achievement
Cross, T., Darby, B. W., & D'Alonzo, B. J. (1990). School drop-out prevention: A multifaceted program for the improvement of adolescent employability, academic achievement, and personal identity. Career Development for Exceptional Individuals, 13(1), 83-94. https://www.doi.org/10.1177/088572889001300108