Final Report, Volume 1
National Assessment of Vocational Education, United States Department of Education, 1989 - Vocational education
Descriptions and evaluations of the vocational education services delivered to special populations, the effects of the Carl D. Perkins Act of 1984 in modernizing the vocational education system, the impact of vocational education on academic skills and employment opportunities, and other topics as mandated by Congress in the Act (section 403[a]).
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Implementation of the Perkins Act
Secondary Vocational Education
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academic and vocational academically disadvantaged students additional allocated amount of vocational area vocational school average awards community colleges disadvantaged set-aside economic eligible employment enrolled in vocational equipment evaluation Fall 1983 Fall federal funds federal office federal policy goals handicapped students implementation Improvement Grants increase job placement JTPA legislation less-than-baccalaureate institutions major math mathematics measures NAVE Contractor Report occupational skills occupationally specific vocational per-pupil percent performance indicators performance-based funding Perkins Act funds postsecondary education postsecondary institutions postsecondary level postsecondary vocational education program improvement funds proprietary schools public technical institutes quality of vocational reform require secondary and postsecondary secondary level secondary vocational education set-aside funds sex equity sex segregation skilled jobs CUR special populations student aid studies subject areas supply and demand Susan Choy Table targeting traditional mathematics unemployment insurance upgrading vocational courses vocational credits vocational programs vocational school districts vocational students vocational subjects women