The Dynamics of Vocational Education
by Franklin J. Keller - 1943
Patently, vocational education is a function, a resultant of technical, economic, and social forces. Throughout the book these forces have been described or implied. While they do not justify prophecies, they do indicate trends. They serve to point up the answers to the foregoing basic questions. They are the stuff out of which vocational education draws its substance.
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