Constraints and Solutions to the Implementation of Targeted Poverty Alleviation Policies in Vocational Education-Analysis Based on the Process Model of Policy Implementation
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Education for poverty alleviation has always been an important means of targeted poverty alleviation. Vocational education's participation in targeted poverty alleviation is an important way to realize poverty alleviation. The executive effect of targeted poverty alleviation policy in vocational education is directly related to the sustainability of poverty alleviation for poor households and the goal of building a well-off society. From the perspective of the theory of policy executive process, although the targeted poverty alleviation policy of vocational education has achieved some results, it still faces some constraints, including the deficiencies of the policy itself, the problems of the target groups of the policy executive, the problems of the main body of the policy executive and the problems of the policy practice environment. In order to solve the problem of implementing the targeted poverty alleviation policy in vocational education, we need to track, evaluate and feedback the policy; formulate supporting policies for talent absorption and retention; provide a vocational education system combining supply and demand; and optimize the policy executive environment.
Vocational education, Targeted poverty alleviation, Process model