Vocational Education (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Vocational Education Mr. President, I approach the discussion of this vocational-education bill with many misgivings and doubts as to the course I should pursue. I am not unmindful of the limited time which Senators have to spare from the consideration of other important problems now being considered by Congress, and I would be especially considerate of their wishes that I condense what I have to say to the minimum. On the other hand, here is a bill the importance of which has grown upon me until I feel that Senators should have a fairly good idea of what it purposes to accomplish. Mr. President, this is a great public question
a question which affects the welfare not only of our boys and girls but of the mature vocational workers, including the home makers of the United States, as has no other which has been before Congress for more than half a century
a question which is engaging the best thought of eminent publicists and educators from one..