The purpose of this study is to identify the reasons for the reluctance of students to enroll in technical education in Palestine from their point of view. In addition to the extent of these differences due to the variables: place of residence, monthly income of the family, educational level of the father, educational level of the mother, and the enrollment of any family members in technical education. The researchers designed a questionnaire, consisting of (20) paragraphs distributed on the dimensions (economic, social, educational), and a randomly selected study sample of (143) students. The results showed that the responses of students of the Technical College of Palestine Ramallah for Girls were moderate in all dimensions; and showed no significant differences in the views of students in the three dimensions due to the variables of the place of residence, the monthly income of the family, educational level of the father, and the enrollment of any family members in technical education. Similarly, there were no significant differences in the educational dimension due to the change in the educational level of the mother. Significant differences were found due to the variable of the educational level of the mother in the economic and social dimensions, in favor of higher education holders.
Obied, Asem Shawqi and الكيلاني, أنمار
"The Reasons for Female Students' Reluctance to Receive Technical Education in Palestine from Their Point of View,"
Jordanian Educational Journal: Vol. 3:
3, Article 3.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jaes/vol3/iss3/3