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Research on educational and occupational aspirations and expectations of high school youth

C. L. Mondart

Research on educational and occupational aspirations and expectations of high school youth

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Published by Vocational Agricultural Education, School of Vocational Education, Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisiana
    • Subjects:
    • Vocational education -- Louisiana -- Statistics.,
    • Vocational guidance -- Louisiana -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 64-65.

      Statement[by] C. L. Mondart, Sr., C. M. Curtis [and] L. H. Dobbins.
      SeriesVo[cational] ag[ricultural] ed[ucation] series,, no. 29
      ContributionsCurtis, Charlie M., joint author., Dobbins, L. H., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC1046.L6 M6
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 125 p.
      Number of Pages125
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4697905M
      LC Control Number77635945

      Post-secondary school participation of immigrant and native youth: The role of familial resources and educational expectations. Social Science Research, 33, – Glick, P. (). Gender and Occupational Outcomes: An Introduction, Helen M. G. Watt | Section I: Mathematics as the Critical Filter? | Gender, Mathematics Achievement, and the Educational and Occupational Aspirations of Canadian Youth, Jennifer D. Shapka, José F. Domene, and Daniel P. Keating | Mathematics as the Critical Filter: Curricular Effects on Gendered Career Choices, Xin Ma and. and support in the transition out of high school Rachel M. Feuer DePaul University, [email protected] Follow this and additional works at: Recommended Citation Feuer, Rachel M., "Aspirations and expectations in Latino youth: The role of barriers and support in the transition out of high school" (). occupational and educational aspirations and expectations. Additionally, some scholars (e.g., Gottfredson, ; Markus & Nurius, ) make a distinction between what in-dividuals aspire to and what they expect. Gottfredson () distinguished between occupational aspirations, or the realm.


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Research on educational and occupational aspirations and expectations of high school youth by C. L. Mondart Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aspirations and expectations regarding work and education showed modest stability from year to year. Exploration of the reciprocal relations between these cognitions and adolescents' activities. Prior research has tended to study aspirations within.

ers’ and fathers’ expectations for their high school seniors influenced. These youth have high educational and occupational aspi.

high educational aspiration but boys exhibited higher occu­ pational aspiration than girls. The education and occupations of parents were not associated with the aspirations of the respondents. Regardless of socio-economic status backgrounds, students showed high educational and occupational aspirations Author: Michael Sunday Onwueme.

In contrast, adolescents with learning disabilities who aspired to a high school diploma, 2 years or more of college, a college degree, or an advanced education degree possessed significantly lower occupational aspirations, even though their educational aspirations were similar to adolescents without learning disabilities.

We tested reciprocal effects between occupational and educational goals using a longitudinal sample of adolescents (52% boys). Results from dynamic systems models indicated change in occupational and educational goals across high school.

For all youth, occupational aspirations predicted change in occupational by: Sampson Lee Blair, Patricia Neff Claster, Gender Differences in the Effects of Teen Employment upon Adolescents’ Educational and Occupational Aspirations, Soul of Society: A Focus on the Lives of Children & Youth, /S, (), ().

The authors shed light on important influences that drive young people’s aspirations to complete Y their plans to commence university study in the first year after leaving school, and their occupational aspirations at age 15 years in relation to.

Phone: Email: [email protected] Sam has a long history Research on educational and occupational aspirations and expectations of high school youth book producing research based on the British Birth Cohorts, from the antecedents and consequences of poor basic skills in adult life, to more recent research focusing on poorer outcomes for children with Special Education Needs, the gendered occupational occupations of teenagers and the long-term advantages for men and.

Occupational choices and aspirations typically change across development as youth gain an increasing sense of self- and gendered-expectations. Gender schema theory suggests that children form a schema for gender at a very early age and that the gender schema becomes increasingly complex as children develop (Bem, ).

Students’ high school experiences too often fail to prepare them for post-secondary education or for the rigors of work in an information-based economy. Surveys consistently show that many high school graduates do not meet employers’ standards in a variety of academic areas, as well as in employa.

Adolescents’ occupational and educational aspirations and expectations: Links to high school activities and adult educational attainment.

Developmental Psychology, 46 (1). Educational and occupational aspirations of young people: influences and outcomes is a research project investigating the role of aspirations on social reproduction and social mobility across the divides of gender, ethnicity, disability and social it, we are asking: What are the early adult consequences of high educational expectations.

Some of the more significant responses to a questionnaire on educational and occupational aspirations and expectations which was administered to a statewide sample of sophomores, juniors, and seniors in 30 rural high schools by the Department of Rural Sociology at Washington State University were presented in this report.

A principal objective of the research project was to ascertain. The hypothesis that the educational and occupational aspirations of students who choose to attend a vocational high school differ from those attending conventional high schools was tested.

The educational and occupational aspirations and expectations of 10th grade high school students in a vocational high school were compared. To identify the occupational and educational aspirations and expectations of Louisiana high school students and relate these aspirations and expectations to their background of experiences, 13, students (7, girls and 6, boys) were interviewed in a group situation.

The findings suggest that high school students develop strong occupational interests early, with at least tentative. Kao, Grace and Marta Tienda. “Educational Aspirations of Minority Youth.” American Journal of Education (3) Marini, Margaret Mooney and Ellen Greenberger.

“Sex Differences in Occupational Aspirations and Expectations.” Sociology of Work and Occupations 5(2) Attainment.” American Sociological Review 39(3.

Research Methodology. The goal of “Youth Aspirations Research” is to study the aspirations, expectations and values of the young people of Armenia. The data collection methods and tools of the research are presented in the Table Table Data collection methods and tools.

Data collection methods Data collection tools. Using 34 years of longitudinal data from the British Cohort Study (BCS70), we considered whether youth with (1) misaligned ambitions (i.e., those who either over‐ or underestimate the level of education required for their desired occupation), (2) both low occupational aspirations and educational expectations (low‐aligned ambitions), and (3.

The study shows that students with either high aspirations or high expectations have higher school achievement than those with both low aspirations and low expectations.

Furthermore, complete alignment between high aspirations, high expectations and high achievement is the most important predictor of future educational behaviour among students. tions of high school male seniors in five Louisiana Parishes.

It was also concerned with analyzing the differences between educational and occupational aspirations and expectations. The objectives of this study were to identify the following: 1.

Factors which influence high school boys in arriving at educational and occupational choices. Occupational Aspirations of the Male Students in a Selected High School Wilma Coetz University of St. Thomas Houston, Texas This study investigated the occupational aspirations and actual occupational expectations of high school boys with high and low socio-economic backgrounds in relation to their attitudes toward.

Beal, S. J., & Crockett, L. Adolescents’ Occupational and Educational Aspirations and Expectations: Links to High School Activities and Adult Educational Attainment.

Developmental Psychology, 46(1), CrossRef Google Scholar. However, Wilson and Wilson () investigated educational aspirations reported by male high school students were significantly higher than by female classmates.

Conversely, Mau et al. () found that male students had significantly less educational aspirations. Educational and Occupational Aspirations of High School Students Shifts in the number of women in the workplace and a greater diversity and prestige level in their work may have an impact on the educational and occupational level to which students aspire.

11 Research in Rural Education, Volume 6, Number2, Vocational and Educational Aspirations of High School Students: A Problem for Rural America ROBERT A. COBB, ED.D. WALTER G.

MciNTIRE, PH.D. AND PHILLIP A. PRATT, M.S.l A draft of a paper prepared for presentation at the Annual Meetingof the American Educational Research Association, San. With clearly written text and useful graphics, Attitudes, Aptitudes, and Aspirations of American Youth offers an overview of important issues for military recruiters, touching on a number of important topics including: sex and race, education and aptitude, physical and moral attributes, and military life and working conditions.

In addition, the. The occupational aspirations and expectations of two populations of boys in grades 2, 4, 6, and 8 were examined in order (1) to describe what is unique about the development of job preferences among urban ghetto children who live in settings where many adult males are not well attached to the labor force and (2) to examine 6 reasons for any age‐ and population‐dependent patterns there.

Research on the educational and occupational aspirations of U.S. youth born in Africa is not only rare, but some studies have assumed that these immigrants are a monolithic group.

However, they differ in experiences according to whether they are refugees, asylum seekers, or voluntary immigrants coming from various countries in Africa.

These immigrants also come from different countries with. Educational and occupational aspirations and attainment for Latino parents and students: Summary of research and selected tables. Paper presented at the National Council of La Raza Conference Education Institute for Hispanic School Board Members, Los Angeles, CA.

Background. While vocational or career development is thought to begin in childhood and to develop further through adolescence and young adulthood (Gottfredson, ; Super, ), at years, young people are likely to be starting to think about themselves as future workers, with vocational aspirations and goals becoming part of their growing self-identity (Erikson, ).

The goal dimension of aspirations 22 Expectations 22 Perceptions/beliefs about technology 22 General perceptions/beliefs about the world 22 X 6 Youth aspirations and the world of work: Global evidence 23 Regional trends 23 Technological change and jobs Research on the educational and occupational aspirations of U.S.

youth born in Africa is not only rare, but some studies have assumed that these immigrants are a monolithic group. However, they differ in experiences according to whether they are refugees, asylum seekers, or voluntary immigrants coming from various countries in Africa.

Patton, Wendy ().,Relationships between Career Variables and Occupational Aspirations and Expectations for Australian High School Students (E. J ), Vol.

34 No. 2 Philips, Lenard, ().,Occupational Choice and Vocational Interests, The journal of Educational research, Vol. THE ROLE OF OCCUPATIONAL ASPIRATIONS AND CAREER EXPECTATIONS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF YOUTH LEADERSHIP LIFE SKILLS IN RURAL ADOLESCENTS By Jason Davison August Chair: Nicole Stedman Major: Agricultural Education and Communication The development of adolescents into responsible and productive citizens continues to be aim of parents, teachers.

immigrant Latino parents' aspirations and expectations, and their children's school performance. American Educational Research Journal, 38, – Jeynes, W.H. A meta-analysis of the relation of parental involvement to urban elementary school student academic achievement.

Urban Education, 40, Jeynes, W.H. Youth apprenticeship programs grew out of the school-to-work movement and offer youth classroom instruction combined with structured on-the-job training with a mentor. The training is split between academic courses and vocational training, while the on-the-job portion provides opportunities for practice in and understanding of work-based.

Although youth in foster care report high educational aspirations, as little as 4% obtain a 4-year college degree (Nixon & Jones, ). The purpose of this study is to explore differences in educational aspirations and expectations among foster care and nonfoster care youth and to explore key predictors of these differences.

Conceptualising Aspirations and Expectations Social science studies of young people’s aspirations tend to be concentrated largely in education research, focusing on career (occupational and vocational) aspira-tions. Substantial research on the aspirations of rural youth was carried out in United States during the s.

Educational and Occupational Aspirations of Rural High School Seniors in the Private and Public Schools in Northwest Iowa Abstract Research has suggested that rural youth have lower educational and occupational aspirations than their nonrural counterparts, and they may experience barriers to educational and occupational attainment.

The data show that volunteer participation during high school is part of the lives of a substantial minority of Minnesota youth; 37 percent reported at least some volunteer activity while in high school (Johnson et al., ). Youth select themselves to volunteer on the basis of previous orientations (e.g., high educational aspirations, higher.

Prior Research on Aspirations of Rural Youth. Rural youth tend to have lower educational and occupational aspirations than urban youth ; Rural youth has have lower levels of educational attainment than urban youth ; Differences attributed to lack of local employment opportunities, parental expectations, ethnicity, gender, family income, academic.Gender and Occupational Outcomes: An Introduction —Helen M.

G. Watt. I. Mathematics as the Critical Filter? Gender, Mathematics Achievement, and the Educational and Occupational Aspirations of Canadian Youth —Jennifer D. Shapka, José F. Domene, and Daniel P. Keating; Mathematics as the Critical Filter: Curricular Effects on Gendered Career.Course selection by year 11 and 12 students exert a significant influence on occupational outcomes of young people.

While many studies have been conducted by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) across a broad spectrum of schools, not much is known about this aspect in relation to Islamic School students.

In this research, data was collected on student course choice from nine.