Vocational Programs in Junior Colleges
by Howard A. Campion - 1943
The American junior college is today emerging as one of the most potent influences in public education. Although a relatively young institution, it is already playing an important part in determining the place of vocational education in the schools of the nation. Its beginnings were not auspicious. At the outset it was little more than an attic built upon the high school or a basement entrance to the university.
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