This document contains interviews with "early innovators," teachers who recognized the advantages of integrating the vocational and academic aspects of their instruction prior to the influence of state and national initiatives. What strategies did these early innovators discover? Do their methods lie outside of (or augment) the current body of knowledge on the subject of integration? The research project that informed this report examined these important questions through the use of detailed interviews.
MDS-870 / August 1995
Also online: Full Text