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    Explanation of Potentials and Missing Initiatives in Palestinian Vocational and Technical Education Contents, Structure and Training

    Authors: Imad S.A.Salem (1*), Dr. Najihah A.W (2)
    Ph.D Student, Philosophy and Islamic Civilization, Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Malaysia (1*)
    Assoc. Prof, Research Institute for Islamic Products and Malay Civilization (INSPIRE), Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin (UniSZA), Malaysia (2)
    Email: i.salem@tvet-pal.org
    Doi: doi.org/10.52132/Ajrsp.e.2021.31.2


    The study aims at explaining the missing initiatives in the contents, structure and training of vocational and technical education in Palestine. The impacts of vocational and technical education have not been largely perceived in Palestinian communities as it is yet to be placed on the hierarchy of productivity, growth and development. Apart from a growing number of scholarly responses about the inability of Palestinian vocational and technical education toward meeting market and global needs, it is however important to emphasize that this education is supposed to be a compulsory prerequisite to all students. Hence, with the review of scholarly literature and the application of content analysis through the qualitative method, the paper attempts to explain the potentials and missing initiatives of vocational and technical education in the Palestine context. Arguments were presented in previous literature as regards the importance of vocational and technical education, but none focused on the road to realizing its potentials and identify the missing initiatives. The study consequently discovered that signs of progress and changes could be realized in the contents, structure and training of vocational and technical education through addressing these missing initiatives.


    Vocational and Technical Education, Initiatives, Potentials, Contents, Structure, Training

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