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ERIC Number: ED012791
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Feb
Pages: 117
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AN ANALYSIS OF SELECTED BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY PROGRAMS IN HIGH SCHOOLS AND IN TWO-YEAR COLLEGES AND INSTITUTES OF NEW YORK STATE WITH A VIEW TOWARD INITIATING ARTICULATION PROCEDURES IN COUNTERPART OFFERINGS.
BRICK, MICHAEL
A RESEARCH CONFERENCE ON VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION WAS HELD TO BRING HIGH SCHOOL AND 2-YEAR COLLEGE REPRESENTATIVES TOGETHER TO DISCUSS MUTUAL PROBLEMS OF COORDINATION. THE PRIME CONCERN WAS TO IDENTIFY AND SUGGEST WAYS FOR DEVELOPING TECHNIQUES IN ARTICULATION OF THE OFFERINGS IN BUSINESS, MECHANICAL, AND ELECTRIAL TECHNOLOGIES. THE ORGANIZATIONAL FRAMEWORK PROVIDED FOR THE IDENTIFICATION OF ISSUES RELATING TO THE THREE BROAD AREAS OF VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION, CURRICULUM, AND STUDENT. PAPERS WERE PRESENTED DEALING WITH ALL THREE SUBJECT AREAS. FOLLOWING EACH OF THE MAJOR PRESENTATIONS, CONFERENCE PARTICIPANTS MET IN GROUPS TO DEVELOP RECOMMENDATIONS FOR ARTICULATION IMPROVEMENT. ALL FEDERAL FUNDS FOR THIS RESEARCH WERE SUBCONTRACTED THROUGH THE BUREAU OF OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION, NEW YORK DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION. (GD)
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Authoring Institution: Center for Urban Education, New York, NY.
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