College News and Departmental Notes: Vocational Education
by Departmental notes - 1922
Professor Arthur D. Dean has resumed his courses in the administration of vocational education after a six months' leave of absence when he was stationed in Washington, D. C., as director of soldier rehabilitation. Professor Dean and his associate, Mr. L. G. Stier, completed a study of the Boardman Trade School in New Haven, Conn, and made recommendations which have been practically all carried out. Mr. Stier has also completed his study of the vocational education possibilities in the Atlanta, Ga., school system. The advanced class in vocational education will inspect this month the New York Textile School, the Monclair, N. J., Junior High School, one of the New York continuation schools, and a private trade school for printers.
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