Vocational and technical education and training

J. Middleton, A. Ziderman, A. Van Adams

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Abstract

Proposes policies to help governments make the transition to a more dynamic and efficient use of public resources while developing skills for economic change and meeting equity objectives. Policies include: strengthening primary and secondary education; encouraging private sector training; improving the effectiveness and efficiency of public training; and using training as a complementary input in programs designed to improve the incomes of the poor and socially disadvantaged. The implications for the Bank are discussed. -M.Amos

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationVocational and technical education and training
PublisherWorld Bank Policy Paper
ISBN (Print)0821317806, 9780821317808
StatePublished - 1991

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