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ERIC Number: ED315618
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989
Pages: 32
Abstractor: N/A
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Preparation for Productivity. Vocational-Technical Education in Ohio. Twentieth Annual Report. Fiscal Year 1989.
Ohio State Council on Vocational Education, Westerville.
This annual report includes a list of the members of the 1989 Ohio Council on Vocational Education; a summary of Ohio vocational education statistics on employment, access, enrollment, academic, and citizen involvement; a letter from the council to the Ohio State Board of Education; and the following seven major sections: (1) a description of the structure and program of the Ohio Council on Vocational Education, 1988-89; (2) information on statewide planning and evaluation; (3) commendations, recommendations, and priorities; (4) the council's mission statement; (5) statistical and budgetary reports; (6) descriptions of coordination activities; and (7) a list of research and other publications. (Among the employment statistics reported were that 95 percent of the students who graduated from a vocational program in Ohio's secondary schools in 1988 were employed, with over three-fourths of them employed in jobs related to their training; 98.6 percent of the students who completed postsecondary and full-time adult programs in 1988 were employed, with 93.5 percent of them employed in jobs related to their training; and federal income tax records showed that Ohio vocational and technical graduates have predominately higher incomes and lower rates of unemployment 4 and 5 years after graduation than others in the general population with the same age, schooling, and residential-location characteristics. Among the enrollment statistics reported were that 1,432,237 students were enrolled in vocational and career education programs in Ohio; more than 55.8 percent of Ohio's 11th- and 12th-grade secondary students were enrolled in vocational education; 306,930 adults were enrolled in Ohio vocational education programs in 1989; and more than 1,777 Ohio youth and adults were served through vocational education programs for the incarcerated in Ohio.) (CML)
Publication Type: Reports - General
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Ohio State Council on Vocational Education, Westerville.
Identifiers - Location: Ohio