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ERIC Number: ED041157
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-May-15
Pages: 36
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A Guide for the Development of Residential Vocational Education.
Miller, Wayne W.; And Others
Prepared by consultants, conference participants, and project staff, this document contains guidelines, discussion, and recommendations for implementing residential vocational education programs in these sequentially arranged chapters: (1) Philosophical Guidelines for Residential Vocational Schools, (2) Who Should be Served by Residential Vocational Schools, (3) What Kind of Curricula, Course Objectives, and Instructional Materials Best Serve Students in Residential Vocational Schools, (4) Staff and Faculty Requirements for Residential Vocational Schools, (5) Where Should Residential Vocational Schools Be Located, (6) What Facilities Should Be Provided for a Residential Vocational School. Some of the recommendations which accompany each chapter were: (1) Primary emphasis should be given to students in the 14-21 age range, (2) Employment needs for a state should be determined by a job demand survey or from existing material, (3) College preparation need not be required of residential staff, but inservice education should be provided, and (4) Good employment opportunities must be insured for graduates. A listing of consultants and conference officials, reaction of conference participants, and a position paper summary are appended. (SB)
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Sponsor: Office of Education (DHEW), Washington, DC. Bureau of Research.
Authoring Institution: Oklahoma State Univ., Okmulgee. School of Technical Training.
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