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Volume 3, Issue 3 (1974)

The Psychological Foundations of Career Education: Potential Roles for the School Psychologist

pp. 4—11

Although not entirely unique to the contemporary educational scene, career education is proposed as a concept embracing all of education, kindergarten through grade 12 and beyond. Implementation of the objectives of career education will require the expertise of teachers and the various pupil personnel specialists of the school. Utilization of their disciplines and professional competencies suggests potential new roles. The development of these roles requires an examination of the psychological foundations of career education.

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