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Compare the value of industrial education to that of liberal arts education.

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  1. misssunshinexxoxo
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    An industrial education (sometimes referred to as a technical or vocational education) focuses on learning the skills necessary to be prepared for employment. Examples would be an education in metalwork, woodwork etc. Essentially, the focus is on skills that would have immediate market value. A liberal arts education refers to subjects that are often considered 'less practical'. Languages, literature, art, music, philosophy etc. Focus is much more on a wide and generalized education in the humanities, language and mathematics. @bluegirly

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    thank you very much

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