Disconnected Young Adults in New England

By Ephraim Weisstein, Flora Traub
December 18, 2014

This study provides an overview of the scope, scale, and consequences of the current disconnected young adult challenge. The authors offer policy recommendations to make the education system more flexible for this high-risk population. In New England alone, 10%, or 142,000 young adults ages 18-24 are “disconnected,” or leaving the public education system without the skills necessary to succeed in emerging careers. The region does not appear to have the necessary systems and supports in place to address the magnitude of the problem, and cannot afford to ignore it.

Source Organization: The Nellie Mae Education Foundation

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