Longitudinal Surveys - Youth
Longitudinal Survey of Australian Youth (LSAY)
LSAY studies the progression of young Australians as they move from school into post-secondary education and work. The oldest group of respondents in the project were born in 1961. Technical papers and research reports that use the LSAY data are available to download.
Canadian Youth in Transition Survey (YITS)
The YITS has been developed to understand how young people manage school-work transitions. Publications are available on the YITS website.
Longitudinal Study of Young People in England (LSYPE)
LSYPE, also known as Next Steps, is a major innovative panel study of young people which brings together data from a number of different sources, including both annual interviews with young people and their parents and administrative sources.
The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY) for 1997 and 1979
NLSY is a longitudinal study exploring the lives of American Youth. A discussion paper series is available online.
German Youth Survey
The DJI youth survey is a representative study about youths and young adults aged 16 to 29 in Germany. Publications are available online.
Taiwan Education Panel Survey (TEPS)
TEPS is a national longitudinal project and will span six academic years from 2001 to 2007. TEPS is a multi-year questionnaire survey of students and their learning environment. The student data are augmented by aptitude tests and administrative data on students wherever feasible.
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