Objective Measurements in Educational and Vocational Guidance
by Harry J. Baker - 1924
It is the aim in this brief presentation to select certain data which deal with measurement in education and particularly with measurement in the field of vocational guidance. Such a wealth of material on measurement is now available that a complete review of it is both unnecessary and impracticable. Vocational guidance, in evaluating the ultimate product of education in terms of social welfare and industrial efficiency, finds its problems closely bound up with many other significant phases of education. Therefore, no apology is offered, if certain cognate topics of education are treated in order to give a more complete and worthy setting for the con- sideration of vocational guidance.
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