In England, new program offers teens a taste of the working life

Beginning this fall, nearly all English 14- to 16-year-olds must spend about two weeks with local businesses to give them exposure to the work world and to allow them to develop necessary skills. The government has also created a program to allow disaffected students of the same ages to spend up to three days a week out of school at either college or work.

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