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Monitoring the educational and occupational trajectories of school and university students

Organizer: Institute for Educational Studies

Project leaders: Isak Froumin, Dmitry Popov

The project has been running since 2009.

The  study aims to detect and investigate young people’s trajectories in education, work, and family life.

Aims of the study:

  • To determine and measure the most typical life trajectories of graduates from educational institutions at various levels in the pilot region;
  • To evaluate the influence of economic, social, and psychological factors on evolving educational and occupational trajectories;
  • To evaluate barriers and resources, which hamper or assist the evolution of successful and unsuccessful trajectories;
  • To develop recommendations for effective career management in the context of economic instability and lack of information transparency.

The suggested model for monitoring features a longitudinal structure. As the educational and occupational trajectories of respondents develop, the tracing system will allow us to create a kind of a ‘portrait of the generation’. This  panel study has the potential to reveala dynamic exploration of the above mentioned tasks.

 

Summaries of the project results:

2013

Monitoring of educational and occupational trajectories of school and university students

Differentiation of students’ trajectories in modern higher education

2012

Research on the Educational and Occupational Trajectories of School and University Graduates

2010

Monitoring Educational and Employment Trajectories of Secondary and Tertiary Education Institution Graduates

2009

Monitoring educational and employment trajectories of school and higher education institution graduates