ERIC Number: ED123442
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970-Jan
Reference Count: N/A
19 Governors and Vocational Education.
American Vocational Association, Inc., Washington, DC.
Comments from 19 governors of different States and Puerto Rico regarding vocational education were compiled in 1969 from speeches and other written works. These comments are presented in nine categories: (1) personal dignity in work, (2) realistic educational goals, (3) vocational education and current crises in society, (4) increasing complexity of jobs and job training needs, (5) those with special needs, (6) quality vocational education, (7) development of State and area resources, (8) community involvement, and (9) demands of the future. The comments were made by the following governors: (1) Forrest H. Anderson (Montana), (2) Robert Docking (Kansas), (3) John A. Love (Colorado), (4) Ronald Reagan (California), (5) Dewey F. Bartlett (Oklahoma), (6) James A. Rhodes (Ohio), (7) Richard B. Ogilvie (Illinois), (8) Buford Ellington (Tennessee), (9) Francis Sargent (Massachusetts), (10) Albert P. Brewer (Alabama), (11) Preston Smith (Texas), (12) Kenneth M. Curtis (Maine), (13) Keith H. Miller (Alaska), (14) Warren P. Knowles (Wisconsin), (15) Mills Godwin (Virginia), (16) Frank L. Farrar (South Dakota), (17) Harold LeVander (Minnesota), (18) Luis A. Ferre (Puerto Rico), and (19) John A. Burns (Hawaii). (EC)
Descriptors: Educational Needs, Futures (of Society), Opinions, State Officials, Vocational Education
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Authoring Institution: American Vocational Association, Inc., Washington, DC.