Vocational Education in Industry
by Russell J. Greenly - 1943
With the passage of the Smith-Hughes Act, those interested in industrial education received the first substantial opportunity to develop a program for the individual self-improvement of a group which had long been neglected, yet upon whose efforts we were dependent for the maintenance of the "American way of life."
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