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A Comparison of Second-Year Principles of Technology and High School Physics Student Achievement Using a Principles of Technology Achievement Test

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John C. Dugger ,

Iowa State University, US
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An Associate Professor in the Industrial Education & Technology Department, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.
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Ronald L. Meier

Iowa State University, US
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An Assistant Professor in the Industrial Education & Technology Department, Iowa State University, Ames, IA.
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Abstract

Many American companies are now faced with the toughest choices that they will ever have to make. They can continue to surrender entire industries to foreign competition, or make a philosophical break from the past by rethinking and restructuring the way they do business. While a few U.S. companies have made the break from the past, innovative companies like Xerox, Proctor and Gamble, Tektronix, General Mills, and Federal Express have implemented new strategies which emphasize continuous improvement, rapid response to market needs, self-directed work teams, and in-plant employee training and development programs (Orsburn, Moran, Musselwhite & Zenger, 1990).
How to Cite: Dugger, J. C., & Meier, R. L. (1994). A Comparison of Second-Year Principles of Technology and High School Physics Student Achievement Using a Principles of Technology Achievement Test. Journal of Technology Education, 5(2), 5–14. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v5i2.a.1
Published on 22 Mar 1994.
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