Industrial Training in the Cosmopolitan High School
by Harry B. Wilson — 1912
A cosmopolitan high school may be defined, from the vocational standpoint, as a high school which provides various kinds of vocational education. In such a school are combined the advantages which some communities seek to provide by establishing special types of high schools. Such a school offers many courses and trains for many vocationsin one plant and under one management. Ideally, such a school will provide equal or proportional representation of all types of vocations which the children of a given community may wish to pursue.
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