Career education implementation incentive act, 1977: hearings before the Subcommittee on Education, Arts, and Humanities of the Committee on Human Resources, United States Senate, Ninety-fifth Congress, first session, on S. 1328 ... June 6, 1977, Portland, Maine, June 14, 1977, Washington, D.C.

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Page 723 - It is true, of course, that the position of women in America has improved markedly in recent decades. Nevertheless, it can hardly be doubted that, in part because of the high visibility of the sex characteristic, women still face pervasive, although at times more subtle, discrimination in our educational institutions, in the job market and, perhaps most conspicuously, in the political arena.
Page 713 - ... consequently, insist that his child shall be placed or kept in particular classes, when by so doing others will be retarded in the advancement they would otherwise make; or that his child shall be taught studies not in the prescribed course of the school, or be allowed to use a text-book different...
Page 439 - At those times when we find that either of us cannot change to meet the other's needs, let us acknowledge that we have a conflict and commit ourselves to resolve each such conflict without either of us resorting to the use of power or authority to win at the expense of the other's losing. I respect your needs, but I also must respect my own. So let us always strive to search for a solution that will be acceptable to both of us. Your needs will be met, and so will mine — neither will lose, both...
Page 415 - The greatest revolution of our generation is the discovery that human beings, by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives
Page 713 - ... shall be placed or kept in particular classes, when by so doing others will be retarded in the advancement they would otherwise make; or that his child shall be taught studies not in the prescribed course of the school, or be allowed to use a text-book different from that decided to be used in the school, or that he shall be allowed to adopt methods of study that interfere with others in their studies.
Page 551 - US SENATE, SUBCOMMITTEE ON EDUCATION, ARTS AND HUMANITIES, OF THE COMMITTEE ON LABOR AND HUMAN RESOURCES, Washington, DC.
Page 419 - Learning is work. Caring for children is work. Community action is work. Once we accept the concept of work as something meaningful— not just as the source of a buck— you don't have to worry about finding enough jobs. There's no excuse for mules any more. Society does not need them. There's no question about our ability to feed and clothe and house everybody. The problem is going to come in finding enough ways for man to keep occupied, so he's in touch with reality.
Page 167 - Career education" is the totality of experiences through which one learns about and prepares to engage in work as part of her or his way of living.
Page 633 - Career Education is essentially an instructional strategy, aimed at improving educational outcomes by relating teaching and learning activities to the concept of career development. Career Education extends the academic world to the world of work. In scope, Career Education encompasses educational experiences beginning with early childhood and continuing throughout the individual's productive life.
Page 168 - Too many students fail to see meaningful relationships between what they are being asked to learn in school and what they will do when they leave the educational system.

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