Publication - Research and analysis

Activity Agreements National Implementation 2011-12

Published: 13 Nov 2013
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781784120597

This paper provides a summary of reported participation in Activity Agreements during the first full year of the national roll-out of the programme (1 April 2011 to 31 March 2012). The paper outlines characteristics and outcomes for young people that have either completed or dropped out of an Activity Agreement during this period.

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Activity Agreements National Implementation 2011-12
What data is included in the analysis?

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What data is included in the analysis?

1 To date we have received information on a total of 1388 participants from 25 local authorities. This relates to individuals who have completed or dropped out of their Activity Agreement between 1 April 2011 and 31 March 2012. After the quality assurance process (removing duplicate records and those without sign up or exit dates) a valid sample of 1035 remains broken down as follows:

Completers (excluding those who were not offered, didn't sign up, or dropped out 786 (74%)
Drop-outs (signed up but dropped out part way through the agreed programme) 267 (26%)
Total Valid Sample 1035 (100%)

2 Unless stated otherwise, figures will be given throughout the paper for the total valid sample of 1035 individuals. Where data is missing for a particular variable, this is presented as a partial sample. Please see Annex 1 for more information on the limitations of the data and the quality assurance process.


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