Council on Vocational and Technical Education Documents

The South Carolina Council on Vocational and Technical Education published documents on vocational education and post-secondary level vocational education (technical education.

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    Meeting future challenges in vocational education : recommendations for action
    (South Carolina State Library, 1986-07) Holweger, Angela; South Carolina Council on Vocational and Technical Education
    Each of the six previous reports discussed the major issues, trends, projections, and/or survey findings related to the topics specified in the EIA study mandate. Although not required, this final report is an additional effort on the part of Council to put the various findings and conclusions into perspective, and relate them to the broader context of economic and social changes occurring in the nation and in South Carolina. The result is a set of nine overall recommendations for action that are needed to improve vocational education's ability to meet the challenges of the coming decade.
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    The Student data system in vocational education :capabilities and recommended improvements
    (South Carolina State Library, 1986-05) Holweger, Angela; South Carolina Council on Vocational and Technical Education
    This report to the General Assembly, compiled and prepared by the State Council on Vocation a 1 and Techni ca 1 Education, is the sixth in a series of reports on a comprehensive study of the state•s vocational education system, as mandated in the E IA of 1984. The report describes the current student data system in vocation a 1 education with regard to its capacity to provide information on enrollments, completions, and placements from vocational programs, and the effects of participation in vocational education.
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    What employers say about vocational education in South Carolina
    (South Carolina State Library, 1986-04) Holweger, Angela; South Carolina Council on Vocational and Technical Education
    This report to the General Assembly, prepared by the State Council on Vocational and Technical Education, is the fifth in a series of reports on an 8-part study of the state's vocational education system, as mandated in the EIA of 1984. The bulk of the report summarizes the results of the Council's recent mail survey of over 1200 employers throughout South Carolina regarding their perceptions of and experiences with vocational education, its graduates, and entry-level workers in general.
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    Meeting labor needs in South Carolina : the role of vocational education
    (South Carolina State Library, 1986-02) Holweger, Angela; South Carolina Council on Vocational and Technical Education
    This report to the General Assembly, compiled and prepared by the State Council on Vocational and Technical Education, is the fourth in a series of reports on an 8-part study of the state's vocational education system, as mandated in the EIA of 1984. The report addresses current labor market trends affecting occupational preparation and employment needs in the next decade that can be met by graduates of vocational programs.
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    Vocational education and the low achieving student
    (South Carolina State Library, 1986-02) South Carolina Council on Vocational and Technical Education; Holweger, Angela
    This report to the General Assembly, compiled and prepared by the State Council on Vocational and Technical Education, is the third in a series of reports on an 8-part study of the state's vocational education system, as mandated in the EIA of 1984. This report addresses the issue of how vocational education can best meet the needs of low achieving students who do not pursue postsecondary education.