Outstanding Tendencies in Industrial and Part-Time Educational Programs in One Hundred Forty Three Cities
by A. H. Edgerton - 1924
Much has been said and written concerning the place of vocational education in democratic public school systems. Both constructive and destructive criticisms have been repeatedly directed toward all vocational education activities, and especially those which fail to reflect the important changes, demands, and interests of representative pursuits in occupational life. The rapid developments in this recently organized movement for vocational instruction throughout the country and the corresponding diversity of practices in the various local communities have necessarily resulted in a considerable amount of confusion and misunderstanding.
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