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ERIC Number: ED084706
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 67
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Regional Programming for Differential Needs: Vocational Education in Ohio.
Shoemaker, Byrl R.
People represent the real hidden resource of the nation. In spite of mechanization and technological developments, 'the person' still represents the major facet of productivity, and 'people' comprise the very purpose of education. In Ohio, an attempt has been made to develop a career continuum as a thrust in education to lead youth to a point of career choice; provide at the high school level a means of preparation for work or further education; and provide a continuing education program throughout adult life for either technical education, collegiate education, upgrading existing work, or retraining for new occupations. The vocational program is a broad program in which any boy or girl who wants to enroll can find a place. During the 1972-73 Ohio school year, 123,000 youth were enrolled in the career motivation, orientation, and exploration programs in Grades K-10. (WM)
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Sponsor: Bureau of Elementary and Secondary Education (DHEW/OE), Washington, DC. School Finance Study Unit.
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Identifiers - Location: Ohio