Polytechnical Education: A Step

R. H. Beck

This paper begins with observations on the ways in which the Marxist-Leninist ideology determined the development of polytechnical education. It then discusses the essential structure of a polytechnical education--both urban and rural--and its implications for selected courses of study. It concludes by relating polytechnical education to vocational education and to career guidance.

MDS-021 / September 1990

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