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ERIC Number: ED065690
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972
Pages: 17
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A Comprehensive Career Education Model: A Bridge Between School and Work.
Reinhart, Bruce
The Center for Vocational and Technical Education at Ohio State University is working on a major modification of the current education system, concentrating on the way in which youth move from school to work. Known as the school-based Comprehensive Career Education Model (CCEM), the project involves the engineering, testing, and installation in six school districts of an innovative educational system. During the preliminary months, two significant milestones were reached. First, career education was defined in terms of a detailed matrix or framework containing a grade-by-grade, cumulative summation of goals necessary to achieve career education. Second, curriculum treatment units were identified and modified to deliver a substantial portion of the project objectives. These units will be installed in the six pilot sites in September 1972. Also during this period steps were taken to: (1) identify occupational clusters for use with the career education model, (2) insure the external evolution of CCEM, and (3) conduct a national search for non-commercial materials. (JS)
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Identifiers: Comprehensive Career Education Model
Note: Presentation to Southwide Research Coordinating Council (Clearwater, Fla., May 16, 1972)