In European nations, such as Germany, students who do not attend college can gain work training through apprenticeships that prepare them for jobs that require certain skill sets (e.g., baker, mechanic, or computer technician).
The federal government in the U.S. makes funds available for all of the following educational programs EXCEPT this one:
They call this an apprenticeship as a journey man for three years and then become masters where they are also given some reading and tests and finally technician which in German society is equivalent to a PH.D.
2. Option - C - Religion
The federal funds are allocated for special education, reading and math programmes and not for religion. The difference is if the religious organisation run schools have a secular behaviour by treating everyone equally, they could apply for federal gran but that's only for school programmes and not for the religion they practice.
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