The report’s findings include the following six highlights:
- Employers, education providers, and young people live in parallel universes.
- The education-to-employment journey is fraught with obstacles.
- The education-to-employment system fails for most employers and young people.
- Innovative and effective programs around the world have important elements in common.
- Creating a successful education-to-employment system requires new incentives and structures.
- Education-to-employment solutions need to scale up.
- collect and disseminate data to educate stakeholders, build transparency, and manage performance;
- initiate more sector-wide collaborations to build industry consensus and share costs of improving education and training;
- create an education-to-employment “system” that coordinates, catalyzes, and monitors activity.