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|Date added||October 19, 2015|
|Category||Education, Voc Tech Schools, White Papers|
Date: October 19, 2015
Authors: Ken Ardon and Alison L. Fraser
This paper explores why vocational education has become such a popular option in Massachusetts, and why 52 Bay State cities and towns do not have access to either district or regional career vocational technical programs. It also examines funding for vocational- technical education. While vocational-technical education is more expensive than traditional high school, it would cost the state less than ½% of the FY16 education budget to provide 5,000 more CVTE placements in Massachusetts.