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A guide to vocational education and training.

9780826490476

A guide to vocational education and training.

Hyland, Terry and Christopher Winch.

Continuum Publishing Group

2007

121 pages

$39.95

Paperback

Essential FE toolkit series

LC1047

Hyland (post compulsory education and training, U. of Bolton) and Winch (educational philosophy, London U., both UK) are concerned here with the longtime gap between academic and vocational training in the UK in terms of quality, parity of value, and the policies involved. They discuss the history of vocational education and training (VET) in both England and Europe at large, describe how behaviorist reductionism influences the current VET curriculum, analyze the structure of its funding, and recommend policies to raise the value of VET to that of scholarly education.

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