New findings shed light on the role vocational education and training plays in attracting, retaining and reintegrating young people with different abilities and learning backgrounds

It is well known that young people facing learning difficulty or failure, or belonging to vulnerable groups, such as migrants, are often pointed towards vocational education and training (VET) pathways. These include programmes for low performers and for pupils who prefer non-academic learning; they offer many young people a (second) chance to obtain a labour-market-relevant qualification.

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