The Development of Industrial Education in Michigan

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Michigan industrial education society, 1940 - 228 pages

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Contents

Chapter
1
Apprenticeship Classes
7
The Earliest Successful and Influential Trade
10
a The Morrill
16
Industrial Education Movements
22
Features of the SmithHughes
30
The GeorgeDeen Vocational
36
a Introduction
43
Manistee
117
Pontiac
123
Benton Harbor
129
Work Offered in Various Types of Industrial
135
General Industrial Schools or Classes
141
Diversified Occupations Courses
149
b Present Certification Requirements
157
Professional and Practical Improvement
161

Michigan Legislation and Plans Introduced
49
Changes Made in the James Law by Amendments
57
Industrial Education Planning Committee
64
The Introduction and Development of SmithHughes
81
Detroit
89
41
90
Saginaw
97
Lansing
104
Bay City
111
Extension Service In Service Training
169
News Bulletin
176
Summary
184
a Committee Reports
191
Officers and Members of the Executive
199
with Other States
203
Basic Annual Allotment to States Under
209
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