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Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Getting School and Workforce Systems to Work Together
Robert Sainz

Many young people 16 to 24 years of age drop out of high school and are unemployed in cities around the country. Large agencies in education and workforce development often operate independently without a common purpose, but the city of Los Angeles’s plan demonstrates how committed mid-level managers encouraged educational and workforce bureaucracies and other agencies to work together on these issues.

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Robert Sainz, "Getting School and Workforce Systems to Work Together" , Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Cascade, volume 1, number 79, Winter 2012.
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Keywords: Unemployment; high school unemployment; Los Angeles
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