Industrial Education—Skilled, Semiskilled and Unskilled
by Thomas H. Quigley - 1943
Only a few years ago a distinguished commission of employers, labor leaders, and educators conducted and published at a reputed expense to the government of a couple of hundred thousand dollars a report with recommendations upon the relationship of the federal government to state and local school systems. One would hasten to agree with many of the findings of so eminent a group.
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