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Vocational Education

In the 1970's if a student was non-collage bound, they where most likely in rolled in shop classes. Providing them a pipeline into the workplace. In the 2000's there are so few shop classes, you are lucky to get it in rolled. Why is this? If vocational classes provide a pipeline into the work place for non-collage bound student, why are there so few classes offered? It is a mistake for public high schools to cut funding for technical course, for that reason alone.

Are the funds the problem? There are tons of bills and legislatures that are ether have been dined or are trying to be passed to get public schools more money to provide these classes. The administration of the former Bill Clinton, they had a plan to reform high school vocational education. The program would serve the 75% of American youth who do not attend college.

How do the students benefit from these classes? These classes give student the skills that they would need to earn a living from. These classes offer a trade or a good that a student can make a living from in the real world.

Where will people learn these traits? Beside from high school, there are classes afford at the local junior collage. But there are only a hand full of technical schools like UTI, Wyoming Tech. across the country that offer this trades or good.

So in conclusion there should be more stride taking to insure that these vocational classes stay in the public school system/

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