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Charles Allen Prosser (1871–1952) was the Father of Vocational Education in the United States and the architect of the 1917 Smith-Hughes Act. His mission in life was to help improve the education of American children.

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Uniform title: Vocational education in a democracy. Japanese
by Prosser, Charles Allen, 1871-1952
Tokyo : Jitsugyo no Nihonsha, 1951
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