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ERIC Number: ED344997
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992-Apr-7
Pages: 100
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National Advisory Commission on Work-Based Learning. Minutes of Full Commission Meeting (5th, Washington, District of Columbia, April 7, 1992).
National Commission on Work-Based Learning (DOL), Washington, DC.
This document contains minutes of the fifth meeting of the National Advisory Commission on Work-Based Learning. The meeting's stated objective was to produce a set of specific action steps for the U.S. Department of Labor to promote work-based learning. A summary of introductory remarks (Jack MacAllister) is followed by a description of the presentation of the "Framework for Action" (Pete Carlson), which was drafted to serve as a conceptual framework for the commission's work. Remarks by Delbert Spurlock pertain to the current and future directions of the commission. Summaries are then provided of reports from the six commission subgroups on Skills Standards and Certification, Integration of Human Resources and Technology, Human Resource Accounting, Human Resource Awards, Labor-Management Cooperation, and Managing Diversity. A summary of a status report (Robert Jones) on Labor Department activities that would affect the commission and its work appears next. Plans for moving forward are reviewed by Jack MacAllister. Attachments to the 13 pages of minutes are reports from the following: the Working Group on Skills Standards and Certification; Subgroup on the Integration of Technology Diffusion and Human Resource Development; Diversity Subgroup; Subgroup on Labor-Management Cooperation; and Human Resource Accounting Subgroup. These reports discuss mission, activities, strategies, proposed action, and recommendations. A draft of the "Framework for Action" is also appended. (YLB)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: National Commission on Work-Based Learning (DOL), Washington, DC.
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