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The study is to explore the strategies of vocational high schools in order to facilitate continuous improvement in responding the challenges for educational reforms during 1994-2003 in Taiwan. Because the ideas and policies of educational reforms have produced challenges for vocational high schools, such as the value of diversity, democracy, and humanities, the exploration of strategies in responding the challenges of educational reforms is crucial in order to examine the efficacy of policies. In addition, the study involves in the inquiry of school improvement for educational reforms because of the vulnerability of vocational high schools and their large challenges. In order to complete the purpose, the study adopts multi-staged random sampling and exercise the research through the investigation of collected questionnaires. As a result, the study investigates 1,180 school members and the effective questionnaires are 760. The effective ratio of questionnaires is 64.4%. Then the study exercises statistical test by means and frequency. Through the analyses and discussions of research results, the study finds: (1)the challenge is derived from the idea of two approaches of students' career development; (2)the challenges include powerless marketing, scared resources, professional deficit, and curricula poverty; (3)response to the challenges include acquiring funding and expertise resources, facilitating a variety of school marketing strategies, cultivating school-based professional growth, and design student-centered curriculum.
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