Hammond, Reese
April 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Apr70, Vol. 93 Issue 4, p44
Academic Journal
Deals with an effective way of preparing a young man for apprenticeship in the United States. Analysis of skill requirements of a trade; Ohio-based universities' collaboration on an Industrial Arts Curriculum Program; Vocational Education Acts of 1963 and 1968.


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