Work-Based Learning Page
Note: This list is from ERIC Digest 187, Work-Based Learning.

References

Bailey, T. "Incentives for Employer Participation in School-to-Work Programs." In Learning to Work: Employer Involvement in School-to-Work Transition Programs, edited by T. R. Bailey, pp. 14-25. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1995.

Berryman, S. E. "Apprenticeship as a Paradigm of Learning." In Education through Occupations in American High Schools. Vol. 1. Approaches to Integrating Academic and Vocational Education, edited by W. N. Grubb, pp. 192-213. New York: Teachers College Press, 1995.

Bragg, Debra D. "Linking High Schools to Postsecondary Institutions: The Role of Tech Prep." In Education through Occupations in American High Schools. Vol. 2. The Challenges of Implementing Curriculum Integration, edited by W. N. Grubb, pp. 191-211. New York: Teachers College Press, 1995.

Bragg, D. D., and Hamm, R. E. Linking College and Work: Exemplary Policies and Practices of Two-Year College Work-Based Learning Programs. Berkeley: National Center for Research in Vocational Education, University of California, 1996. (ED 396 115)

Bragg, D. D., Hamm, R. E., and Trinkle, K. A. Work-Based Learning in Two-Year Colleges in the United States. Berkeley: National Center for Research in Vocational Education, University of California, 1995. (ED 378 446)

Bremer, C. D., and Madzar, S. "Encouraging Employer Involvement in Youth Apprenticeship and Other Work-Based Learning Experiences for High School Students." Journal of Vocational and Technical of Education 12, no. 1 (Fall 1995): 15-25. (EJ 514 325)

Brown, D. "Giving Students the Business." Vocational Education Journal 70, no. 6 (September 1995): 41-42. (EJ 511 242)

Grubb, W. N., and Badway, N. Linking School-Based and Work-Based Learning: The Implications of Laguardia's Co-op Seminars for School-to-Work Programs. Berkeley: National Center for Research in Vocational Education, University of California, 1995. (ED 388 861)

Ingham Intermediate School District. A Guide to Work-Based Learning Programs: Part I--Occupational Learning. Mason, MI: Ingham Intermediate School District, 1995a. (ED 384 724)

Ingham Intermediate School District. A Guide to Work-Based Learning Programs: Part II--Career Exposure. Mason, MI: Ingham Intermediate School District, 1995b. (ED 384 725)

Ingham Intermediate School District. A Guide to Work-Based Learning Programs: Part III--Connecting Activities. Mason, MI: Ingham Intermediate School District, 1995c. (ED 384 726)

Kazis, R., and Goldberger, S. "The Role of Employers: The Integration of Work-Based Learning." In Education through Occupations in American High Schools. Vol. 2. The Challenges of Implementing Curriculum Integration, edited by W. N. Grubb, pp. 171-190. New York: Teachers College Press, 1995.

Poczik, R. "Work-Based Education and School Reform." In Learning to Work: Employer Involvement in School-to-Work Transition Programs, edited by T. R. Bailey, pp. 56-74. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1995.

Raby, M. "The Career Academies." In Education through Occupations in American High Schools. Vol. 1. Approaches to Integrating Academic and Vocational Education, edited by W. N. Grubb, pp. 82-96. New York: Teachers College Press, 1995.

Stern, D. "Employer Options for Participation in School-to-Work Programs." In Learning to Work: Employer Involvement in School-to-Work Transition Programs, edited by T. R. Bailey, pp. 45-55. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution, 1995.

Stern, D., and Rahn, M. "How Health Career Academies Provide Work-Based Learning." Educational Leadership 52, no. 8 (May 1995): 37-40. (EJ 504 980)

Vo, C. H. "Selling Self-Interest." Vocational Education Journal 71, no. 2 (February 1996): 22-25. (EJ 517 289)

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