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ERIC Number: ED105293
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1973
Pages: 188
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The Philosophy and Foundations of Vocational Education.
MSS Information Corp., New York, NY.
The introductory volume in a new series on vocational education, the book surveys recent literature on the philosophy and foundations of this relatively new field. Opening papers deal with the objectives of vocational education departments in high schools, current standards of technological and industrial education, and models for comprehensive reorganization of the present system. Particular emphasis is placed on the question of the quality of vocational education programs as they now exist throughout the country. Contributors include: J. N. Harris, H. C. Kazanas, C. D. Lemons, M. L. Barlow, A. J. Pautler, L. A. Burkett, M. E. Larson, and B. D. Coe. The second section focuses on the foundations of industrial and distributive education, and includes papers dealing with the philosophies of Alfred Whitehead and John Dewey, the relationship of industrial education to occupational education and changing technologies, the responsibilities of industry to education, the use of census data in program implementation, and new vocational education designs in the United States and in Sweden. Contributors include: R. L. Koble, E. R. Glazener, M. J. Bensen, E. Kuntz, L. C. Crawford, D. Maley, J. R. Warmbrod, B. W. Brown, A. G. Wirth, and K. S. Hannson. (Author/MW)
MSS Information Corporation, 655 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10021 ($17.00)
Publication Type: Books
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Authoring Institution: MSS Information Corp., New York, NY.
Identifiers - Location: Sweden