Articulation Before Extension of Educationby Murray I. Mantell,
Serial Information: Journal of the Professional Activities, 1967, Vol. 93, Issue 1, Pg. 43-50
Document Type: Journal Paper
Current British education is reviewed, including primary and secondary schools, colleges of technology, and engineering schools. Some of the relative weaknesses, particularly the lack of articulation, in the United States educational system, are noted. Conclusions are that the goals of engineering education should seek to eliminate waste and inefficiency prior to considering extension of the time needed to acquire the basic professional degree in engineering.
Subject Headings: Engineering education | Education | School (K-12) | Waste management | Colleges and universities | Licensure and certification | North America | United States
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