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JUL 17 1916
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LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL.
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR,
BUREAU OF EDUCATION,
Washington, May 29, 1915.
SIR: In the manuscript transmitted herewith Dr. George E. Myers discusses in a clear and concise manner four interesting and important problems in vocational education in Germany, about which there is need of information in the United States:
I. Continuation schools for boys in unskilled occupations in Berlin. II. Continuation schools for girls and women in Berlin.
III. The training of industrial continuation-school teachers in Prussia.
IV. Dual control in industrial education in Prussia.
This manuscript was prepared by Dr. Myers at my request after he had spent a year studying the problems of vocational education in Germany, with special reference to the application of German methods in American schools. I recommend that it be published as a bulletin of the Bureau of Education.
The SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR.
P. P. CLAXTON,