Occupational Motivation in General Education
by Mark Ellingson, George Wilson Hoke & L. L. Jarvie - 1939
The role of occupational experiences in general education is still an unknown one, but scattered throughout the country are educational institutions above the high-school level actively engaged in attempts to make occupational experience a vital part of the total educational program of the school.
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