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Occupations and Education in the 70's: Promises and Challenges.
Schultz, Raymond E.; And Others
These essays represent the thinking of five leaders in occupational education concerning its place in the 1970's. Suggestions for improved programs with relaxed admission requirements in order to meet the needs of the disadvantaged, are made in the following papers by junior college administrators and educators: (1) "Will Tradition Keep Occupational Education from Meeting Its Potential?" by Raymond E. Schultz, (2) "What's the Hang-Up? Poor People--Poor Education" by Johnnie R. Clarke, (3) "Occupational Education--A Touch of Reality" by M. Stephen Sheldon, (4) "Programs to Meet Special Needs: Alternatives to the Associate Degree" by Alfred M. Phillips, and (5) "Occupational Education as a Liberating Force" by Charles G. Hurst, Jr. (BH)
Descriptors: Admission Criteria, Curriculum Development, Disadvantaged, Educational Change, Educational Needs, Educational Trends, Social Change, Technical Education, Two Year Colleges, Vocational Education
Occupational Education Project, American Association of Junior Colleges, One Dupont Circle, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036 (no charge)
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Authoring Institution: American Association of Junior Colleges, Washington, DC.