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Byline: Sandy Meindersma HOLDEN - Emily Westerback, a senior at Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School, has been named the school's Outstanding Vocational-Technical Student for 2012-2013.
Ken was the President of Mid-Plains Community College Vocational-Technical campus in North Platte.
The programs at these three schools-Sheridan Vocational-Technical Center (Hollywood, FL), Tri-County Joint Vocational School (Nelsonville, OH) and Northeast Wisconsin Technical Institute (Green Bay, WI)-pioneered a new process that measures training programs against nationally recognized education and industry standards.
Los Angeles school officials acknowledge the need for skilled workers and are hoping to reinvent traditional vocational-technical classes into courses that propel students onto a high-tech, high-paying career path that includes college or that can help pay for college.
Students in Spain are first exposed to basic vocational-technical training while in secondary school, usually between the ages of 13 and 16.
Perkins Vocational-Technical Act Amendments of 1998, Individuals with Disabilities Education Act Amendments of 1997, The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, and The School-to-Work Opportunities Act of 1994.
At nearly 100 colleges, universities, and vocational-technical schools, the NAHB has organized student charters which help provide students with information on the job market and national building trends.
We must show that individuals from these groups actually benefit from vocational-technical education.