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The External Review of Job Corps: An Evidence Scan Report

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  • Jillian Berk
  • Linda Rosenberg
  • Lindsay Cattell
  • Johanna Lacoe
  • Lindsay Fox
  • Myley Dang
  • Elizabeth Brown

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The external review covers a broad range of topics that are relevant to the Job Corps program, including program operations and services.

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  • Jillian Berk & Linda Rosenberg & Lindsay Cattell & Johanna Lacoe & Lindsay Fox & Myley Dang & Elizabeth Brown, "undated". "The External Review of Job Corps: An Evidence Scan Report," Mathematica Policy Research Reports c862f115989a4b94a151e38d9, Mathematica Policy Research.
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    Keywords

    Job Corps; disconnected youth; at-risk youth; youth engagement; discipline; safety; career preparation; group dynamics; residential program; innovation; contracts;

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