Pathways to Success - How knowledge and skills at age 15 shape future lives in Canada.
After completing compulsory education, are today’s youth equipped to participate fully in society? In 2000, Canada explored this question and launched the Youth in Transition Survey (YITS), a follow-up to the OECD Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA). YITS is a longitudinal study that tracks 30 000 Canadian students who took part in the PISA 2000 assessment and, with interviews every two years, follows their progress from secondary school into higher education and the labour market.
Pathways to Success is a collaborative effort between the OECD and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.
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