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Series # :
  ETAOP 2003-04
Title :
  Working with Disadvantaged Youth: Thirty Month Findings from the Center for Employment Training Replication Sites
Release Date :
Abstract :
  In the early 1990s, the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) provided funds for the Center for Employment Training (CET) to provide technical assistance to other organizations interested in replicating the CET model. This study examines the experiences of youth in twelve CET sites: six in eastern states and the Midwest begun as part of the DOL-sponsored replication effort and six western programs operated as part of CET¿s service network. This report summarizes the implementation findings and presents initial impact findings based on a random assignment research design and a survey conducted 30 months after application to CET.

Publication Author(s)
Department of Labor
  • Johannes M Bos
  • Fannie M. Tseng
  • Fred Doolittle
  • Deana N. Tanguay
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