Foundations of Workforce Education: Historical, Philosophical, and Theoretical Applications

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Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 2000 - Career education - 511 pages
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Contents

Historic Growth and Development
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Effects on the Workforce 28 ft What is Workforce Education? 30 ft Links of Workforce
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Tax Reform Federal Financing and Workforce Education 36 ft Work and
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Copyright

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