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Changing our  national education policy is not easy, but it can be
accomplished.  The most logical pathway to do this is by creating
a cooperative education initiative that bridges the gap between
vocational education and the No Child Left Behind policy.  
Further, balanced education and cooperative teaching
techniques that are centered around, and move through,
vocational education will most likely bolster the economy, provide
students with a chance to learn a trade, and help students
seamlessly enter the workforce.

The US office of Vocational Education (OVAE), describes its
mission as being, “…responsible for helping all students acquire
challenging academic and technical skills and be prepared for
high-skill, high-wage, or high-demand occupations in the 21st
century global economy. (OVAE, web).  Although this is a
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