A Program Evaluation Study for a Precision Manufacturing Apprenticeship Embedded in a Traditional High School Curriculum

@inproceedings{Malobicky2018APE,
  title={A Program Evaluation Study for a Precision Manufacturing Apprenticeship Embedded in a Traditional High School Curriculum},
  author={John Malobicky},
  year={2018}
}
A notable segment of high school students interested in STEM careers is underserved by the traditional college preparatory-vocational education duality structure employed by public school systems over the past decades. The mismatch between student interest in STEM vocational pathways and the “college-for-all” precept indicates that our secondary school model fails to prepare students for a large segment of high-growth occupations immediately available after high school graduation. Within the… CONTINUE READING

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