Frontiers in Educational Research, 2019, 2(4); doi: 10.25236/FER.034016.
Department of Economic and Business Administration, Hunan College of Information, Changsha, 41022, China
Three-year vocational colleges are the main servers in the tertiary vocational education of China. During the short history of development, they have been borrowing and reforming the philosophies they introduced from German, America and some other countries to serve the local industry. By introducing the evolution history, this paper explicitly shows the layout of the vocational education in China.
vocational colleges, philosophy, student, industry
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