What the Literature Says*
Students enrolled in nontraditional career and technical education programs who receive support services are more likely to succeed.
Nontraditional employment programs that offer tutoring, mentoring, support groups, child care, and transportation report greater success rates with students who access these support services than with students in programs that do not provide these services.
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