Research shows that completing Year 12 (or equivalent) increases a young person’s likelihood of continuing their studies, and finding employment.
It also leads to higher annual earnings for individuals, greater community involvement and economic benefits for our country as a whole.1
Having an aspiration for the future can be a key motivator for continuing with school. That’s why learning programs like iTrack are so important. And Lynette is so grateful to sponsors like you who are helping her children to get the most out of their education.
“Education is the foundation that they're going to build on for the rest of their lives. If my kids get a solid grounding now, then it's a great platform to move forward as they go into their adult years.”
“With The Smith Family, the kids have people that they can turn to for support. The learning programs help them to focus on their studies and guide them through some of life's challenges.”
1. Access Economics 2005, The economic benefit of increased participation in education and training. Dusseldorp Skills Forum and Business Council of Australia, Sydney.