Manpower Training Programs for the Disadvantaged
Richards, James B.
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The first chapter defines and discusses the problem of poverty and the various barriers to employment that the poor must face. Chapter II discusses why manpower training programs are necessary. Also included in this chapter is a general plan for the construction of a manpower training program and a discussion of present training efforts. Chapter III discusses the effectiveness of the various programs in attaining their stated goals. Chapter IV discusses the actual operation of certain local manpower training efforts (located in Kalamazoo). This is done by presenting interviews with some of the local officials in these training operations. Chapter V is a presentation of certain specific problems that are facing almost all existing programs and conclusions as to the overall worth and effectiveness of manpower training effort as it concerns the disadvantaged.If you are not a current K College student, faculty, or staff member, email email@example.com to request access to this SIP.