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Curriculum Development: Theory Into Practice
A summary of a chapter which outlines the history of vocational education in America.
# 140828 | 750 words | 1 source | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Education (General) , History (General)

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The first page of the paper is a series of bullets covering the main topics. Pages two and three are summary statements relating to each bullet. The basic thesis is that vocational subjects have been treated as inferior to academic ones and should be integrated into the curriculum on an equal basis.

From the Paper:

""The World of work" * Intellectualism vs. vocational preparation: A false dichotomy * A Dual vs. unitary system: vocational training where? * Democracy and social stratified in the 19^th Century * Vocational education recognized by Smith-Hughes Act * Depression Era Challenges: The notion of a dual system * Post-war Vision: An extension into post high school * Cold-War Crisis: An attack on the educational system * The 1960's: Social crisis and an urban dual system..."

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