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ERIC Number: ED012331
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Jan
Pages: 83
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THE DEMAND FOR AND SELECTED SOURCES OF TEACHERS IN VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION, STATE DIRECTOR SURVEY.
HENSEL, JAMES W.
A QUESTIONNAIRE WAS MAILED TO THE STATE DIRECTOR OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN EVERY STATE AND TERRITORY OF THE UNITED STATES TO OBTAIN DATA CONCERNING THE NUMBER AND TYPE OF FULL-TIME HIGH SCHOOL AND POST-HIGH SCHOOL VOCATIONAL TEACHERS CURRENTLY EMPLOYED AND THE PROJECTED NUMBER OF TEACHERS THAT WOULD BE NEEDED DURING THE NEXT 3 YEARS. THEY WERE ALSO ASKED TO INDICATE SPECIFIC AREAS OF GREATEST TEACHER NEED IN THE FUTURE. ALL BUT KENTUCKY AND MASSACHUSETTS RESPONDED. ESTIMATED INCREASES IN NEED FOR HIGH SCHOOL TEACHERS FROM 1965 TO 1968 WERE--AGRICULTURE, 5.3 PERCENT, BUSINESS AND OFFICE EDUCATION, 28 PERCENT, DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION, 49.2 PERCENT, HOME ECONOMICS, 13.7 PERCENT, AND TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION, 43.1 PERCENT. ESTIMATES OF INCREASED NEED FOR POST-HIGH TEACHERS FOR THIS PERIOD WERE--AGRICULTURE, 113 PERCENT, BUSINESS AND OFFICE EDUCATION, 37 PERCENT, DISTRIBUTIVE EDUCATION, 73.5 PERCENT, HEALTH OCCUPATIONS, 40.2 PERCENT, HOME ECONOMICS, 66 PERCENT, TECHNICAL EDUCATION, 39.7 PERCENT, AND TRADE AND INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION, 23.2 PERCENT. DATA FROM QUESTIONNAIRES WERE TABULATED BY REGIONS. (PS)
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Authoring Institution: Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Center for Vocational and Technical Education.
Identifiers: Columbus