The On Track project was initiated in 2003. Since the first large-scale survey in that year, around 385,000 school leavers have participated in the On Track surveys, providing valuable insights into their post-school destinations and pathways. The On Track survey was conducted in April–May 2012 by the Social Research Centre (SRC) in collaboration with the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). This involved a short telephone survey of school leavers who had earlier agreed to participate. Separate questionnaires were used for Year 12 or equivalent completers and early school leavers. This report is based on data from telephone surveys of 33,901 Year 12 or equivalent completers and 3552 early leavers from the 2011 school year. The report focuses on analyses at the state and regional levels.
Rothman, S., & Underwood, C. (2012). The On Track Survey 2012: the destinations of school leavers in Victoria. Statewide report. Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. https://research.acer.edu.au/transitions_misc/16
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