Education Matters: Insights on Education, Learning and Training in Canada
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Length of Time between High School Graduation and Enrolling in Postsecondary Education: Who Delays and Who Does Not?Full article in HTML
A typical and direct path to postsecondary education involves high school graduates completing high school in May or June of any given year and then entering postsecondary education in September. However, not all young people follow this path. This article examines the characteristics of those who delay their participation in postsecondary education and the factors associated with that delay ...
Postsecondary Education Participation among Underrepresented and Minority GroupsFull article in HTML
Current research on the characteristics of young adults who pursue postsecondary studies following high school graduation shows that family income has only a moderate relationship with youth participation in postsecondary education, once other family and individual characteristics are taken into account ...
Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program (PCEIP)
Education Indicators in Canada: Handbook for the Pan-Canadian Education Indicators Program (December 2011)
See our List of Tables for easy access to all up-dated PCEIP tables.
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