The Changing Role of Labor Education

Hertensten, Edward
June 2004
American Academic;2004, p139
The article focuses on labor education and its changing role. It says that labor education programs are adult education programs which produce a unionized workforce with education and skills for mobile and corporate culture. It states that labor education programs support research, which examines the role of collective action in the working world. It adds that labor education will need support from organized labor to survive so long as it is not recognized for funding as an academic discipline.


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