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ERIC Number: ED015352
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 1
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EDUCATION IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY.
DECARLO, CHARLES R.; ROBINSON, ORMSBEE W.
CONTINUING EDUCATION IS DISCUSSED AS VITAL TO THE PROSPERITY OF BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY WHEN TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGES REQUIRE CONTINUAL READJUSTMENT OF JOB REQUIREMENTS. ROLES OF INDUSTRY, UNIVERSITIES, AND GOVERNMENT COOPERATING TO PROVIDE THE RESOURCES, MATERIALS, AND INCENTIVES FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION ARE PROPOSED. DISCUSSIONS INCLUDE--(1) PROBLEMS OF CONTENT, ADMINISTRATION, AND VALUES OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS IN BUSINESS AS COMPARED TO THOSE IN SCHOOLS, (2) THE NATURE OF MODERN BUSINESS, COST OF PROGRAMS, LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT, AND THE RELATIONSHIP OF COMPANY TO COMMUNITY, (3) EDUCATION AND TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR THE INDIVIDUAL IN THE FORM OF APPRENTICESHIPS, ON-THE-JOB-TRAINING, COOPERATIVE AND WORK STUDY PROGRAMS AT HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE LEVELS, AS WELL AS ENGINEERING, RESEARCH, AND MARKETING TRAINING PROGRAMS, (4) PROGRAMS FOR MANAGERS INCLUDING IN-COMPANY PROGRAMS, SELECTION OF STAFF AND PARTICIPANTS, AND OUT-COMPANY PROGRAMS, AND (5) DIFFICULTIES IN EVALUATING PROGRAMS. A BIBLIOGRAPHY IS INCLUDED. THIS DOCUMENT IS AVAILABLE FROM THE CENTER FOR APPLIED RESEARCH IN EDUCATION, NEW YORK, N.Y. (RT)
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Authoring Institution: Center for Applied Research in Education, Inc., New York, NY.
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