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The Characteristics of Occupational Sub-Baccalaureate Students Entering the New Millennium

Bailey, Thomas R.; Leinbach, D. Timothy; Scott, Marc; Alfonso, Mariana; Kienzl, Gregory S.; Kennedy, Benjamin

This report is a quantitative analysis of postsecondary occupational education students using national data sets. It provides a detailed description of the demographic characteristics, enrollment patterns, and goals of sub-baccalaureate occupational students in comparison to both academic sub-baccalaureate students and baccalaureate students. It is the first of three reports submitted as part of the National Assessment of Vocational Education (NAVE), called for by the Carl D. Perkins Vocational and Applied Technology Act of 1998. These reports contribute to the purpose of NAVE to help Congress improve occupational and technical education in the United States by providing a descriptive and analytic understanding of occupational students within the broader context of all postsecondary education.

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Community College Research Center
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Community College Research Center, Teachers College, Columbia University
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April 4, 2014
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