Self-Reflections from a Project that Links Education Data from Various Sources in Ontario, Canada
A regional update of Ontario, Canada by Karen Robson, McMaster University, Educational Achievement and At-Risk Youth, who shares her own experiences on the complexities of linking different longitudinal data sets. She compares longitudinal data sets that have been collected on birth cohorts in the UK and data-sets that only ran from the 1990s to 2000s in Canada and subsequent creation of a data-set in Ontario.
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