Policy and Practice in Career Guidance: An International Perspective.
A keynote speech delivered to the Institute of Career Guidance Annual Conference held at Ashford, Kent, on 5-7 September 2002.
The author reports on a 14-country Career Guidance Policy Review he has been working on for the OECD in 2002. First he talks about the rationale for the review and the form it is taking; second, he presents some of his and his colleague's initial tentative findings, both general and specific; and third, he makes a few comments on the UK as viewed from the perspective of the review; Finally he tries to place the review in the context of some other then current international developments at the interface between career guidance and public policy. [Abstract: Site editor's information slightly changed by editors of Education Worldwide].
|Deutsches Institut für Internationale Pädagogische Forschung, Frankfurt am Main|