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Master of Science (MS)
"The preparation of youth to succeed in the world of work is an important objective of the American high school."1 Students enroll in high school distributive education to develop an employable skill. The instructional program provides students with a variety of learning activities related to their occupational goals.
Distributive education has expanded to serve the whole range of distributive occupations, after starting mainly as a means of training retail sales persons. An important characteristic of distributive education has been the necessity for rapid adjustment to the changing business conditions.
Prince, Mervin W., "Competencies Required of High School Distributive Education Students for Entry-Level Employment in Selected Cedar City Businesses" (1979). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 771.
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