System Theory perspectives in Technical Education and Private Vocational Training Policy in Libya
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The educational policy is in harmony with society's potentials that can benefit the educational process and the goals and aspirations that education seeks to achieve. There is no point in drawing up ideal educational policies that the educational reality cannot promote. This research will attempt to reach a suitable model after analysing the subsector through the review of previous studies. It cannot be an ideal model because it is expensive for those who are difficult to fully implement due to the diversity of restrictions in terms of time, resources, available data, etc., that must be dealt with on the ground. This study has explicitly chosen education investors that can solve private sectors problems stemming from the private sector by adopting policies to improve outputs and harmonise. The outcomes of this study recommended that further research undertake in several areas. First, the researcher can increase the sample drawn from the populations of TVET in Libya. This would reduce the variances according to the sample size by subgroups of investors such as micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises by underlining the type of regulatory preference in selecting educational policy and proportionate structure, particularly in different contexts
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