Journal of Vocational and Technical Education
FROM THE EDITOR
This issue contains five articles on diverse topics:
- Reagor and Rehm studied work perspectives of parents with three levels of education.
- Bremer and Madzar propose that employer involvement in school-to-work transitions be enhanced by innovative government and non-governmental policies and programs.
- Fisher endeavored to stimulate thought and dialogue regarding how educators of adults may utilize potentials of student self-directedness.
- Balamuralikrishna and Dugger propose applications of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats approach to decision making re new vocational programs.
- Jones and Black examine state certification requirements for regular and vocational teachers re special needs students.
This issue is my fourth and last. I shall be responsible for correspondence with authors and reviewers through November 1995. During OTT meetings in Denver in December, Dr. William Camp will assume the editorship. We should observe that the authors and readership are indebted to numerous reviewers for many suggested improvements, to Dr. Mary Jean Evers-Lush who readies copy for the printer, and to Robin Place who expedites all of my professional work. They have made my brief tenure as editor a very pleasant experience and likely the last significant publishing venture of my career. Thank you all.
Please be reminded that through November 95 correspondence should be directed to
Workforce Education and Development,
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale,
Carbondale, IL 62901-4605.
Also be informed that beginning December 1995 manuscripts and correspondence should be directed to
Dr. William Camp,
288 Litton Reeves,
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Ron Stadt, Editor
The Journal of Vocational and Technical Education