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ERIC Number: ED050456
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Feb
Pages: 10
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What Is the Future Role of the School Administration - AASA Committee for the Advancement of School Administration.
Quie, Albert H.
The school administrator should assure that every child, upon leaving school, is prepared either to take a decent job, to go on to further occupational education, or to go to college. Any feasible national policy for meeting present and future manpower needs must presuppose a major overhaul of our total structure of education. Only one in four high school students today will have any kind of occupational education, and scarcely one in ten will leave high school with entry-level skills in any occupation. New Federal legislation is being proposed that would increase emphasis on postsecondary occupational education while holding out Federal inducements to elementary and secondary schools for putting occupational orientation, counseling, and preparation (including placement) on the same footing with traditional academic preparation. (Author)
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Note: Paper presented at American Association of School Administrators Annual Convention (103rd, Atlantic City, New Jersey, February 20-24, 1971)