Vocational Education Patterns in the United States
by Gordon I. Swanson - 1982
It would be a mistake to assume that a framework for thinking about past and present vocational education grew solely, or even mainly, out of political revolution or the desire to reject pre-revolutionary patterns of education or training. It also grew out of a revolution in thinking about the human condition and the promises which could, in fact, be included in the blueprints for the hopes that each generation had for the next.
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