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ERIC Number: ED020303
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1960
Pages: 75
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN NEWLY DEVELOPING NATIONS, A CASE STUDY OF THE PHILIPPINES 1951-1956. COMPARATIVE EDUCATION SERIES STUDY NO. 1.
HIGH, SIDNEY C., JR.
FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS OF A DOCTORAL STUDY, "THE JOINT PHILIPPINE-AMERICAN PROJECT FOR EXPANDING AND IMPROVING VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION IN THE PHILIPPINES, 1951-1956," ARE PRESENTED AS PROJECT ACCOMPLISHMENTS, PROJECT STRENGTHS AND WEAKNESSES, AND ADMINISTRATIVE AND TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR FUTURE PROJECTS. SOME OF THE ACCOMPLISHMENTS WERE--(1) THE NUMBER OF PUBLIC VOCATIONAL INDUSTRIAL SCHOOLS INCREASED FROM 29 TO 35, AND THE NUMBER OF THESE SCHOOLS OFFERING POST-SECONDARY LEVEL INSTRUCTION INCREASED FROM 3 TO 21, (2) PROFESSIONAL PERSONNEL ON THE CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF INCREASED FROM 7 TO 26, (3) THE TOTAL ENROLLMENT INCREASED FROM 21,208 IN 1951 TO 30,000 IN 1956, A FIGURE CONSIDERED CONSISTENT WITH AVAILABLE FACILITIES, (4) THE REGULAR FUNDS PROVIDED THROUGH NORMAL CHANNELS FOR THE ANNUAL OPERATION MORE THAN DOUBLED FROM 1951 TO 1955, (5) ALL SCHOOLS WERE PROVIDED WITH NEW TECHNICAL BOOKS, AND (6) NEW BUILDINGS WERE CONSTRUCTED AT ALL OF THE SCHOOLS. THIRTY-SEVEN ADMINISTRATIVE GUIDELINES SUGGEST PROCEDURES FOR DEVELOPING, EXECUTING, AND CONTROLLING A COMPREHENSIVE LONG-RANGE MASTER PLAN. THE SUGGESTED TECHNICAL GUIDELINES COVER A NATIONAL PLAN FOR HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT, THE PROVINCIAL OR STATE SCHOOL, THE URBAN SCHOOL OR COLLEGE, THE CENTRAL ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF, TEACHER EDUCATION, AND PREPARATION OF ADMINISTRATORS AND SUPERVISORS. (MM)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. School of Education.
Identifiers: PHILIPPINES