4 July 2005
Victoria leads the nation in the educational attainment of young people and in successful transitions from school, according to a report for the Dusseldorp Skills Forum, the Education Foundation and the Business Council of Australia.
Across a number of key measures Victoria is the leader, or close to the lead, in:
- The proportion of teenagers and young adults engaged full-time in learning or work.
- School retention.
- Levels of unemployment.
- The proportion of youth ‘at risk’ in the transition from school.
- Post-school participation in vocational education and training (VET).
- Apprenticeship commencements.
Read the news release or download a copy of the report using the following links.