“Co-construction” to “Symbiosis”: Research on the Integrated Governance Mechanism of Industrial Colleges in Higher Vocational Colleges
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Keywords

Industrial college
School enterprise community of common destiny
Symbiotic development

DOI

10.26689/jcer.v5i9.2420

Abstract

Industrial colleges are the connection point between higher vocational colleges and enterprises to carry out in-depth collaborative education. At present, there are three forms of industrial colleges: surface cooperative industrial college focusing on order cooperation, middle-level industrial college relying on industry development, and deep cooperative industrial college with integrated development. There are several common problems among the three forms of industrial colleges, such as vague positioning, unclear division of responsibilities and rights between both parties, and “free riding” at all levels. In order to establish symbiotic industrial colleges, there is a need to change the concept first, then establish and improve the system, and finally, establish a cross-border teacher pool.

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