The Key Issues About the University: Enterprise Cooperation in Professional Education Legislation

Yu ZENG, Xuefang HU

Abstract


Professional education school-enterprise cooperation is an important part of building a modern vocational education system in China, however, the legislation is not perfect in many aspects. In full consideration of these issues, and learn from the experiences of the vocational education school-enterprise cooperation in some developed countries, carry out the corresponding measures: To make sure that win-wins is the operation’s power of vocational education school-enterprise cooperation law; to attract vocational education school-enterprise cooperation economic investment, and protect the physical environment of vocational education school-enterprise cooperation; to emphasis on the cultivation of law consciousness of vocational education school-enterprise cooperation; to create the public opinion environment of vocational education school-enterprise cooperation; to build the information disclosure mechanism of vocational education school-enterprise cooperation, and rich the multi-control environment of vocational education school-enterprise
cooperation.


Keywords


Vocational education; School-enterprise cooperation; Legislation; The modern vocational education system

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/6236

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