Deitmer, L., Hauschildt, U., Rauner, F., Zelloth, H. (Eds.)
2013, IX, 344 p. 43 illus.
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This publication admirably demonstrates the technical and bureaucratic obstacles to advancing skills and resolving the current dilemmas of youth school to work transitions – and for those new to the field illustrates the political complexities of seemingly neutral vocational educational systems and framework classifications.
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