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ERIC Number: ED084410
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973-Jun
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A Study of Demand and Factors Related to the Improvement of Occupational Education Personnel Development Programs in the State of Illinois.
Harris, E. Edward
This report of selected statistical data on various factors pertaining to occupational education in Illinois was compiled after a Vocational Education Study Committee of seventeen members assigned the task of developing a master plan for the preparation of personnel in occupational education discovered that the lack of necessary information made their task impossible. Five subcommittees were appointed to gather such information, this report being the result of the work of one of the subcommittees. Data were gathered from public secondary schools, public community colleges, and area vocational centers pertaining to personnel, recruitment policy, preservice and inservice teacher education programs, hiring policy, sources of personnel, utilization of teacher education institutions in various contexts, and related data. The results are compiled and presented in the form of 69 tables, but in the interest of early availability of the statistics, no interpretation or narrative description of the findings is provided. Recommendations for goals, objectives, and strategies are included. There are appendixes providing the survey form and followup letter and lists of secondary schools and junior colleges responding and not responding. (AG)
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Sponsor: Illinois State Advisory Council on Vocational Education, Springfield.
Authoring Institution: Northern Illinois Univ., De Kalb.
Identifiers - Location: Illinois