vocational

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vocational

of or relating to applied educational courses concerned with skills needed for an occupation, trade, or profession
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At a time when higher education is becoming increasingly vocationalized, the ranks of tenure track faculty are being drastically depleted, furthering the loss of faculty as stakeholders.
In addition, various federal and state policies tend to support a more vocationalized curriculum, and business and industry have provided funding to shift higher education's curricular emphasis.
Public schools and colleges, he insists, have become corporatized, education is increasingly vocationalized, and the "traditional idea of the university as a not-for-profit institution that offers a liberal education and enfranchises citizens of the republic, not to mention the more radical view that the university should foster a socially critical, if not revolutionary, class, has been evacuated without much of a fight" (82-83).