Coordination of Outcomes Between Career and Technical Education Stakeholders
Some of the steps to achieve this goal include making teaching and learning in secondary schools more rigorous, engaging, and relevant; ensuring that more students are college and career ready; increasing high school graduation rates, especially for lower performing students.
Furthermore, the parents may help teachers to monitor the behavior and social development of the child, especially for children with special education needs. The parents can get reliable information on curriculum development by enquiring from their children or by enquiring from the teachers or school administrators.
The summary, thus, provide guidelines that lead to effective training. The guidelines include coaching model, coach’s role, and the relationship between the coach and the person being coached (Abiddin & Ismail, 2012).
Thus, there are some frustrations for employers to employ graduates who have the knowledge and skills which are irrelevant to their needs. Many employers have complained about the knowledge and skills provided at schools while graduates have expressed their discontentment about what they have learned from schools.
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