Work-Based Learning in Two-Year Colleges in the United States

D. D. Bragg, R. E. Hamm, K. A. Trinkle

This report documents the first of two studies on the status of work-based learning in America's community, junior, and technical colleges. The intent of this first study was to determine the aggregate depth, scope, and quality of work-based learning in the nation's two-year colleges. The timing of this research just prior to passage of the federal School-To-Work Opportunities (STWO) legislation provides a baseline from which progress on implementation of new work-based learning programs involving two-year postsecondary education can be assessed. The overarching goal, as STWO legislation overlays the nation's educational system, is to learn if America has or may soon have in place the structures to meet new federal STWO directives.

MDS-721 / March 1995

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