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High-school students from priority neighbourhoods face specific difficulties in obtaining the bac and going on to higher education. Above and beyond the effects linked to their social background, does the fact of living in a priority neighbourhood have its own impact on their post-bac trajectories and their education-to-work transition? Céreq and the Agence nationale de la cohésion des territoires (National Agency for Territorial Cohesion)* have collaborated on a study that sheds light on the education and employment trajectories of the young people who left the education system in 2013 and who, when they took the bac, were living in priority neighbourhoods.
Thomas Couppié, Pascal Dieusaert, Mélanie Vignale, How do young people from priority neighbourhoods fare after their baccalauréat? in Training and employment n° 151 (2021). – 4 p