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In-Service Activities for Technology Education: The Role of Colleges and Universities

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Richard A. Boser ,

Illinois State University, US
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Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial Technology, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
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Michael K. Daugherty

Illinois State University, US
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Assistant Professor in the Department of Industrial Technology, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
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Abstract

Many exciting technology education programs are being developed and implemented across the United States. State-wide implementation of technology education has occurred in a number of states such as New York, Illinois, Virginia, and Indiana. Additionally, well publicized regional technology education programs have emerged in locations as diverse as Delta, Colorado, and Pittsburgh, Kansas. These and many other efforts toward implementation of technology education have aroused wide interest in the study of technology and have contributed to the rapid growth of contemporary curriculum materials.

How to Cite: Boser, R. A., & Daugherty, M. K. (2011). In-Service Activities for Technology Education: The Role of Colleges and Universities. Journal of Technology Education, 6(1), 4–15. DOI: http://doi.org/10.21061/jte.v6i1.a.1
Published on 22 Sep 2011.
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