The urban communities school sometimes lack the funds

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The urban communities school sometimes lack the funds to allow the students with certain academics or programs. Without the right resources the vocational schools also go under as the students are not receiving the proper training.
Vocational Education Review of the LiteratureEighty-four percent of the urban students and 74% of the rural students planned to advance their education beyond high school. A higher percentage of urban students (65%) than rural students (47%) planned to attend a 4-year college. (Rural Education 1991)
Vocational EducationReview of the LiteratureThe samples us in this review were surveys from the NCES, journals, observations and some reports. The survey from the NCES was provided on their website The 1999 Survey on Vocational Programs in Secondary Schools. The articles were pulled from the Liberty Library and books and journals through the website and the other resources. The journal was research from the Sage Journal that can be located on the internet through the Education and Urban Society newsletter.
Vocational EducationReview of LiteratureThe internet is able to reach out too many people in the education field. The information is able to tap on the matter at hand with the Vocational schools in the urban community. James R. Stones believes as the school reforms in the urban area so will the trades and the academic as we move further along. (Stone, James R; 2015)
Vocational EducationResearch and DesignI use the Quantitative Review due to it is able to provide samples of articles, author samples and accurate information through surveys. The purpose for the research and design is make leaders, parents, students and educators aware on why the vocational schools in the urban areas are raising the bar with questions. Questions that may have some relationship with areas of studies, workforce rate and questions that may be affiliated with the rate of education that is being provided. The articles provided should be able to provide some explanation and surveys are what it will take to improve the urban vocational system. Quantitative was the best type of review to use due to the quality of resources you can provide.
Vocational EducationData Collection2004 – 2005 a study was provided in reference to the cohort of the urban schools in the school district of Philadelphia. The study relied on student record data kept by the school district of Philadelphia. Two strategies are used to model Intent-to-Treat estimates. The first strategy, which uses a multilevel model, allows students to be represented in the data set multiple times, with the frequency equivalent to the number of CTE schools applied to. Cited (Byrnes, Vaughn)
Vocational Education Data-analysisThey were able to complete a lottery for this study and build their results with the student success towards the end of the study. Another method of analysis that was conducted from James Stone was a pilot

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