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Vocational Training in the 1980s — Problems and Perspectives

  • Friedrich Kuebart
Part of the Studies in Russia and East Europe book series (SREE)

Abstract

Soviet education on all levels and in all forms has a distinct vocational dimension. Vocational education is a process that does not end with formal schooling but goes far beyond this stage and continues throughout the adult’s working life. The aim of this process of lifelong education is to produce both a qualified worker, able to fulfil the requirements of production in the age of the scientific-technological revolution, as well as a properly functioning, effective citizen of the Soviet state. The training in work skills and the socialisation in the moral values inherent in communist ideology are inseparably intertwined in this process.

Keywords

Vocational Training General Education Vocational School State Committee General School 
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