vocational education

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Noun1.vocational education - training for a specific vocation in industry or agriculture or tradevocational education - training for a specific vocation in industry or agriculture or trade
education - the gradual process of acquiring knowledge; "education is a preparation for life"; "a girl's education was less important than a boy's"
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The district operates 11 elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, and one continuation school. Enrollment has been flat to slightly declining in recent years.
At Mather and Piatt, a Day Continuation School operated from 1873 and attendance was compulsory.
Cadbury and his wife Elizabeth were also the driving force behind the creation of both the Day Continuation School, pictured here in the 1940s, and Bournville Junior School, which cost PS20,000 to build and was opened in 1906.
Sadler was director of the Webster Continuation School, a Depression-era program to educate children that worked to sustain family coffers.
In exchange for their participation, students avoid other consequences like continuation school or prosecution, the paper reported.
The teenager might be transferred to a special classroom or continuation school. Behavior might bubble over to one or repeated emergency department visits.
Tiffany was born in the United Kingdom and in 1948 came to Canada where he attended continuation school in St.
The teenager may be transferred to a special classroom or continuation school. Behavior may bubble over to one or repeated emergency department visits.
Chana High School is a continuation school located approximately four miles north of downtown Auburn near Sacramento, California.
In 1903 Tate announced the establishment of what he called 'the Continuation School', a term he borrowed from the United Kingdom and Europe where it was used to describe a form of education that differed from the classical model of secondary education, the accepted preparation for university studies.
I soon graduated from a local continuation school ...
He is not able to stay in a mainstream school and usually ends up being suspended, expelled or transferred to an alternative school (such as a continuation school or a court school).