- Edward Krug, The Shaping of the American High School, Volume 2, 1920-1941 (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1972), 196.
- U.S. Congress, Subcommittee on Education of the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, Notes and Working Papers Con-cerning the Administration of Programs Authorized Under Vocational Education Act of 2963 Public Law 88-210, as Amended: The Bridge Between Man and His Work (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, March 1968).
- Ibid., 173.
- Rocco Pietro et al., Postsecondary Vocational Education in a Technological Economy: Defining the Quality of Programs. (Ann Arbor: Industrial Technology Institute, January 1989).
- Thomas J. Kane and Cecelia Elena Rouse, "The Community College: Educating Students at the Margin Between College and Work," Journal of Economic Perspectives 13 (Winter 1999): 63-84.
- Stuart Rosenfeld, Cluster/Community College Connections, For the Community College Research Center, Teachers College, January 1999.
- Tony Zeis, "Will Our Students Become Theirs?" Community College Journal (June/July 1998): 8-13.
- Steven Brill and Jerome Karabel, The Diverted Dream: Community Colleges and the Promise of Educational Opportunity in America, 1900-1985 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1989).
- Krishan Paul, Ellen Carlos, and David Bushnell, Vocational Education and Economic Development: Case Studies (Washington, DC: American Vocational Association, January 1982).
- Patricia M. Flynn, "Vocational Education Policy and Economic Development: Balancing Short-term and Long-term Needs," National Assessment of Vocational Education, Design Papers for the National Assessment of Vocational Education. (Washing-ton, DC: Government Printing Office, 1987).
- Louis Blair, Strategies and Approaches for Appalachian Higher Education Institutions to Diffuse Technology for Regional Economic Development (Washington, DC: Appalachian Regional Commission, 1986.
- Technical and Community Colleges: Catalysts for Technology Development, in The Role of Community, Technical, and Jun-ior Colleges in Technical Education/Training and Economic Development (Washington DC: American Association of Commu-nity and Junior Colleges, 1987).
- Kevin J. Dougherty and Marianne F. Bakia, Community Colleges and Contract Education: Content, Origins, and Impacts (paper for the Community College Research Center, Teachers College, January 1999).
- Commission on the Future of the North Carolina Community College System, Gaining the Competitive Edge: The Challenge to North Carolina's Community College System (Raleigh, NC: MDC. Inc, 1989).
- Advisory Panel on Southern Workforce Development, Greater Expectations: The South's Workforce is the South's Future. (Chapel Hill: MDC, Inc., September 1992).
- The Millennium Group. Building a New Workforce for a New Century (Jackson: Mississippi Community College Foundation, November 1993).
- Passage to the Emerging Frontier: A Strategic Plan (Okmulgee: Oklahoma State University Technical Branch, 1993).
- Southern Technology Council, Turning to Technology: A Strategic Plan for the Nineties. (Research Triangle Park, NC: South-ern Growth Policies Board, 1989).
- 19. Stuart Rosenfeld, New Technologies and New Skills: Two-Year Colleges at the Vanguard of Modernization (Washington, DC: Community College Press, 1995).
- Michael Porter, The Competitive Advantage of Nations (New York: Free Press, 1990).
- Geographically bounded agglomerations of similar and/or complementary and interdependent businesses that operate as a system and produce synergy.
- As evidenced in the cluster-specific structure of the Alabama Technology Network at Alabama community colleges, the cur-rent RTS research in New York for Empire State Development Corporation on community colleges' support of regionally desig-nated clusters, and Hubert H. Humphrey Institute, The Education Industry Report (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, September 1998).
- Thomas Bailey, "Expanding Roles in Economic Development" (paper prepared for Learning.Now symposium, Chapel Hill, NC, December 13-14, 1998).
- Clifford Adelman, The Way We Are: The Community College as Thermometer (Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Educa-tion/OERI, 1992) and W. Norton Grubb, Working in the Middle (San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1996).
- John Foster-Bey, Paul Pryde, and Stuart Rosenfeld, Linking Low-Income People to Economic Opportunity in Palm Beach County (report to the Community Foundation for Palm Beach and Martin Counties and the MacArthur Foundation, April 1999).
- Workforce Development Program, Building a Highly Skilled Workforce: A Labor Market System for the 21st Century (Wash-ington, DC National Center on Education and the Economy, 1997).
- Cliff Adelman, from High School and Beyond transcripts, for American Association of Community Colleges, April 28, 1998.
- 21st Century Skills for 21st Century Jobs. A Report of the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of Education, U.S. Department of Labor, National Institute of Literacy, and the Small Business Administration, January 1999.
- See Stuart Rosenfeld, Technical Colleges, Technology Deployment, and Regional Development (paper presented at the International Conference on "Building Competitive Economies," Modena, Italy, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development, May 1998); and James R. Mahoney and Lynn Barnett, eds., Developing Technicians: Successful International Systems (Washington, DC: Community College Press, 1998).
- Stuart Rosenfeld, "A Portrait of Rural America: Conditions Affecting Vocational Education Policy," Vocational Education Study Publication No. 6 (Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, April 1981).
- A very few examples are: Council of State Chief School Officers, European Lessons from School and the Workplace (Washington, DC: CCSO, 1991); David Stern, et al., School-to-Work Policy Insights from Recent International Developments (Ber-keley: National Center for Research in Vocational Education, December 1996); Gene Bottoms, "Lessons from Europe for Improving School-to-Work Programs," International Forum on Learning and Competitiveness, March 1996; Glenda Partee, Youth Work, Youth Development and the Transition from Schooling to Employment in England, (Washington, DC: American Youth Policy Forum, 1996); and James R. Mahoney and Lynn Barrett, Developing Technicians: Successful International Programs (Washington, DC Community College Press, 1998).
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