NYU Researchers Find New York City Summer Jobs Program Participation Leads to Improved School Attendance and Regents Scores


Researchers at New York University’s Institute for Education and Social Policy (IESP) have found that New York City’s summer jobs program improved school attendance and other educational outcomes for youth participants.

NYU Researchers Find New York City Summer Jobs Program Participation Leads to Improved School Attendance and Regents Scores

Reporting their initial findings, researchers at New York University’s Institute for Education and Social Policy (IESP) have found that New York City’s summer jobs program improved school attendance and other educational outcomes for youth participants.

In their policy brief entitled “More than Paycheck? The Impact of Summer Youth Employment on Students Educational Engagement and Success,” co-authors Jacob Leos-Urbel, Amy Ellen Schwartz, Meryle Weinstein, and Beth C. Weitz 500

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