Organize an occupational advisory committee.
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Published by American Association of Vocational Instructional Materials in Athens, Georgia .
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SeriesProfessional teacher education module series, category A, Program planning, development and evaluation -- Module A4
ContributionsAmerican Association for Vocational Instructional Materials., Ohio State University. Center for Vocational Education.
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Open LibraryOL14220386M

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