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Some Factors Predicting the Adoption of Technology Education in New Mexico Public Schools

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Julia M. Bussey ,

Virginia Tech, US
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A Graduate Teaching Assistant, Technology Education Program, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA.

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Thomas J. Dormody,

New Mexico State University, US
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With the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.
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Dawn VanLeeuwen

New Mexico State University, US
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With the Department of Agricultural and Extension Education, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM.

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Abstract

In 1984, delegates of the American Industrial Arts Association (AIAA) changed its name to the International Technology Education Association (ITEA) (Godla, 1988). Along with the name change, industrial arts, with its focus on industry, was expected to change and encompass a broader point of view involving total systems. Four technological systems were identified: manufac- turing, transportation, communication and construction (G. M. Rogers, 1989; Snyder & Hales, 1981).

How to Cite: Bussey, J. M., Dormody, T. J., & VanLeeuwen, D. (2000). Some Factors Predicting the Adoption of Technology Education in New Mexico Public Schools. Journal of Technology Education, 12(1), 4–17. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v12i1.a.1
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Published on 22 Sep 2000.
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