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Vocational Schools

July 01, 1988

The articles regarding private (and unsatisfactory) vocationals schools overlook an important alternative. Most counties have a regional occupational program that requires no tuition, purchase of books, lab fees, etc.

As an example, the electronics class that I teach two nights a week in Escondido requires students to have a calculator and notebook only. All other material and books are supplied by the school district. Instructors are required to have a state teaching credential and extensive background in the subject matter.

M. C. CHUTUK

Carlsbad

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