The Separate Technical High School
by James F. Barker — 1912
With the growth of industries and commerce there has come a demand for training along specialized lines not originally included in our scheme of public high schools. It has been in response to these needs that the remarkable development taking place in secondary education has had its chief inspiration. This has been particularly the case in the larger cities where changing conditions have been greatest and where the lack of persons especially trained to meet the needs of manufacturing and distributing has been most keenly felt.
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