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ERIC Number: ED016872
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Nov
Pages: 16
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Reference Count: 0
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RESEARCH VISIBILITY. VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IS PEOPLE--YOUTH WITH SPECIAL NEEDS.
LAW, GORDON F., ED.
TWELVE RESEARCH REVIEWS IN THIS ISSUE PERTAIN TO YOUTH WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, ONE OF THE NINE MAJOR AREAS OF CONCERN IDENTIFIED BY THE PANEL OF CONSULTANTS ON VOCATIONAL EDUCATION. THEY ARE ORGANIZED UNDER THE TOPICS--(1) OCCUPATIONALLY ORIENTED PROGRAMS WHICH INCLUDES IDENTIFICATION OF WORK CONCEPTS, (2) COOPERATIVE SCHOOL AND WORK PROGRAMS, WHICH INCLUDES EXPERIMENTAL INSTITUTE FOR TEACHER COORDINATORS, (3) DIVERSITY AND FLEXIBILITY, WHICH INCLUDES A HOME ECONOMICS CONFERENCE ON DISADVANTAGED YOUTH AND EDUCATIONAL SYSTEMS PACKAGES, (4) VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE WHICH INCLUDES A DEVELOPMENTAL PROGRAM FOR VOCATIONAL COUNSELORS, AND COLORADO DROPOUT PROJECT, (5) SPECIALLY TRAINED TEACHERS WHICH INCLUDES A TEACHER INSTITUTE FOR RURAL TEACHERS OF THE DISADVANTAGED, AND (6) EXPERIMENTAL AND PILOT PROGRAMS WHICH INCLUDES TEACHER TRAINING IN REINFORCEMENT TECHNIQUES AND INITIAL EMPLOYMENT OF SCHOOL LEAVERS. THREE ITEMS RELATE TO THE SEPTEMBER ISSUE'S SECTION ON HIGH SCHOOL AGE YOUTH AND DEAL WITH SMALL HIGH SCHOOLS, SPECIALIZED INSTRUCTORS, AND EXPERIMENTAL PROGRAMS. THE BIBLIOGRAPHY LISTS THREE OTHER COMPLETED STUDIES AND 35 STUDIES IN PROCESS. "PLAIN TALK," A CONTINUING COLUMN BY THE AUTHOR, DEALS WITH UNANSWERED RESEARCH QUESTIONS RELATIVE TO DISADVANTAGED YOUTH. THIS ARTICLE IS PUBLISHED IN THE "AMERICAN VOCATIONAL JOURNAL," VOLUME 42, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER 1967. (EM)
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Authoring Institution: American Vocational Association, Inc., Washington, DC.
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