Vocational Education Act Law and Legal Definition
The Vocational Education Act of 1917 is a Congress initiative to provide federal assistance to states for promoting vocational education. This is the first law that authorized federal government oversight of a portion of high school curricula.
The act required the state and local public institutions to from a partnership to provide vocational training in the areas of agriculture, home economics, and trade and industrial education. States were asked to establish a board to develop and administer vocational programs. Some states used existing boards of education, whereas others created separate entities.
Legal Definition list
- Vocational Education
- Vocational College
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- Vocational Education Act
- Vocational Rehabilitation Service
- Vocational School
- Vocational Student Organizations [Education]
- Vocational Training Program for Veterans
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