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Author/s:  Madhu Singh
Publisher/s:  UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre for Technical and Vocational Education and Training
Published:  1998 in Berlin, Germany
ULC:  UNEVOC Library Catalogue ID 3961, 4228

School Enterprises: Combining Vocational Learning with Production

In many countries, institutions of technical and vocational education do not restrict the scope of their activities to education and training in a narrow sense. They also produce other goods and services for sale on the market. There are many reasons for the application of that concept: educational, economic, social and others.

In this study, a number of case studies are presented from Algeria, Botswana, China, Costa Rica, Cuba, Germany, Ghana, India, Indonesia, Kenya, and Papua New Guinea. The findings are summarized, and conclusions and guidelines are developed.


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