ERIC Number: ED023840
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Jun
Reference Count: 0
Vocational and Technical Education.
Compact, v2 n3 pp1-44 June 1968
Volume 2, Issue 3 of "Compact" was designed to point out the problems and potential of vocational-technical education and to offer some suggestions for action. Major content includes: (1) "Education for Twenty-First Century Employment," by Wayne Morse, (2) "Pending Federal Legislation Encourages Vocational Innovation," by Grant Venn, (3) "Vocational Education in Federal Legislation: A Summary," (4) "Crisis in Vocational Leadership, by Lowell Burkett, (5) "The Governors Support Vocational Legislation," by Calvin Rampton, (6) "Proposals for State Action in Occupational Education," (7) "Voluntary Quality Control for Vocational-Technical Schools," by Frank Dickey, (8) "Occupational Education, Middle Manpower and the Junior College," by Norman C. Harris, (9) "Rhode Island Pioneers Coordinated Approach," (10) "The Manpower Mission of the Public Schools," by Marvin Feldman, (11) "Is Vocational Education for the Poor?" by Philip Lerman, (12) "Pennsylvania's Scheme Offers New Hope for Slum Dwellers," (13) "The Urban Education Context," by John Volpe, (14) "Changing Industrial Needs and Job Training," by Charles DeCarlo, (15) "What Is the Responsibility of Business in Modernizing Education?" and (16) "The Private Sector in Vocational Education," by Charles Percy. Tables reflect federal allotments to states for vocational education in fiscal year 1968 and total state expenditures for vocational education in fiscal year 1965. (DM)
Descriptors: Business, Economically Disadvantaged, Educational Innovation, Educational Objectives, Educational Problems, Expenditures, Federal Aid, Federal Legislation, Industry, Labor Needs, Program Improvement, Program Proposals, State Programs, Technical Education, Two Year Colleges, Urban Education, Vocational Education
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Authoring Institution: Education Commission of the States, Denver, CO.