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Expanding Insights into Education and Work Pathways

by | Jun 27, 2024 | Education, Politics | 0 comments

New data gathered through the Pathways for the Future Program will be used by the NSW Department of Education to identify barriers and drivers of effective education and employment outcomes and help shape policy development.

The Pathways pilot program was launched in 2017 and used de-identified data to map how young people in NSW, aged 15 to 24, moved through education into work between 1996 and 2016.

The upcoming 2024 refresh will include de-identified data from early childhood education students, primary and secondary school students, and students who have undertaken a vocational education and training qualification, or completed an apprenticeship, traineeship or higher education qualification in NSW from 1996 to 2023.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics and the Centre of Health Records Linkage are the authorised authorities that link and de-identify the data, with the Department and its partners committed to meeting all legal, privacy, ethical and data security requirements while maintaining the confidentiality and security of the data.


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