Performance Evaluation of Industry-Education Integration in Higher Vocational Colleges: An Evidence from China
The integration of industry and education promotes the cooperation between colleges and enterprises, and contributes to regional development. This paper aims to evaluate the performance of industry-education integration in higher vocational colleges of the Yangtze River Delta. Firstly, 138 higher vocational colleges were selected from the Yangtze River Delta as the research samples. Then, a comprehensive evaluation system was designed, including 11 evaluation indices. On this basis, the 2018 data of the samples were evaluated from the perspectives of faculty, teaching, scientific research, and service. The results show that, in the Yangtze River Delta, the higher vocational colleges generally do well in industry-education integration, but the integration level varied greatly from college to college; the performance of some indices should be further optimized.
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