U.S. job apprenticeships must be fair to blacks

April 1993
Jet;4/12/93, Vol. 83 Issue 24, p29
Presents the results of a study by the Joint Center For Political And Economic Studies on a government-backed job apprenticeship program for non-college bound students. Precautions must be taken to make sure black youth benefit; Studies of foreign apprenticeship programs; More.


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