California is pouring $6 million dollars into a campaign to revive the reputation of vocational education. The campaign, "Doing What Matters", is specifically designed to increase awareness of a need for workers in the vocational field. This campaign comes on the heels of a decades-long push for high school graduates to go to four-year colleges or universities and earn Bachelors or Masters degrees.
According to an article from PBS News Hour:
"People with career and technical educations are actually slightly more likely to be employed than their counterparts with academic credentials, the U.S. Department of Education reports,"
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