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EE education around the world: The educational systems of the United States, the Soviet Union, Japan, West Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and India are compared

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1 Author(s)
Lawrence P. Grayson ; Nat. Inst. of Educ., Washington, DC, USA

The educational systems of the United States, the Soviet Union, Japan, West Germany, France, the United Kingdom, and India are compared. Gaps at the secondary level, differences in participation in education, different approaches to specialization, and meeting industry's needs are among the topics discussed.

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IEEE Spectrum  (Volume:21 ,  Issue: 11 )