Classification of Plans for Industrial Training
by Frank Mitchell Leavitt — 1912
When one attempts to interpret the significance of the numerous industrial or other so-called vocational schools which have been organized in the past decade, he encounters the difficulty of clearly differentiating the several examples studied. The names of the various schools do not serve to classify them as do the terms "Elementary School," "High School," "College," "University," or even "Commercial School," "Agricultural College," "Engineering School," and the like.
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