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Could German vocational model be a standard for US workforce development?

September 14, 2016

The primary note about German vocational training is that it does not prohibit students from entering college or going on to earn higher degrees; it just provides a foundation for students to accommodate needs in affordability, change in career plans, or other social adjustments which impact educational attainment.

This is the kind of flexibility that currently isn’t a part of American higher education, which in tandem with secondary schooling, has a heavy focus on liberal arts training and development.

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