College News and Departmental Notes: Educational Sociology and Vocational Education
by Departmental notes - 1918
Professor Snedden, who has been active for a number of years in what was formerly know as the National Society for the Promotion of Industrial Education, was elected president at the annual meeting held in Philadelphia in February, when the organization changed its name, to suit its future policy, to the National Society for Vocational Education. This society, which has been instrumental in accomplishing much in the old field, is now pushing forward to meet the new conditions brought about by the enactment of the Smith-Hughes law providing federal support of vocational education in every state, and aims to cooperate with leaders in the vocations for the improvement of various types of vocational education.
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