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Definition of Nonvocational
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Literary usage of Nonvocational
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1. Bulletin by United States (1918)
"nonvocational TEACHERS. • Since the local school or the State is required to bear the entire salary expense of teachers in nonvocational subjects, ..."
2. Digest of Education Statistics (1999) edited by Thomas D. Snyder (2000)
"... of vocational and nonvocational public school teachers of grades 9 to 12, by selected demographic and educational characteristics: 1993-94 1 Education ..."
3. Digest of Education Statistics edited by Thomas D. Snyder, Charlene M. Hoffman (1997)
"Percent of vocational and nonvocational public school teachers of grades 9 to 12, by selected demographic and educational characteristics: 1990-91 1 ..."
4. Bulletin by Federal Board for Vocational Education, United States (1917)
"Prorating as between vocational and nonvocational classes of the ... The strength of a teacher on the nonvocational side of teaching will not in any way ..."
5. Documents of the Assembly of the State of New York by New York (State). Legislature. Assembly (1914)
"... which is vocational, making for skill and insight in the industry, and that which is nonvocational, making for better and more intelligent citizenship. ..."
6. The American Year Book by Simon Newton Dexter North, Francis Graham Wickware, Albert Bushnell Hart (1911)
"... of civilization. that higher nonvocational education has always been largely literary and linguistic based on a literature distinctly not ..."
7. Handbook of Severe Disability: A Text for Rehabilitation Counselors, Other edited by Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers (2000)
"... (b) poorly adjusted disabled persons who are unemployed but productive in nonvocational ways; and, occasionally, (c) seemingly unproductive and inactive ..."