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Skill Formation, Career Planning, and Transitions: The Last Two Years in a German Lower Track Secondary School
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In Germany, the entry into the labor market for students in the nonacademic tracks of secondary schools may take multiple pathways. Students graduating from lower track secondary schools (LTSS) face major problems in school-towork transitions, prompting the provision of intensive career guidance in school. In a case study for the City of Freiburg, this paper analyzes skill formation, career guidance, and the first transition after graduation for LTSS students in the late 2000s. We find thatdoi:10.2139/ssrn.2426076 fatcat:u23gxsphwnfvhatgdi4cawogcy