Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 20, 1972 · Page 36
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August 20, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 36

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12B--Aufiut 20,1972 Where Will Vocational Schools Fall? By Herb Little The Associated Press An important but yet unleaded question is whether West Virginia's post-high school education in the trades will be part of the public school system or in the higher education system run by the State Board of Regents. State Sen. Robert R. Nelson of Huntington scored a point for the public school side of the argument in the meeting Friday of the Democratic State Platform Committee, of which he is a member. The committee had before it a proposed platform plank which, without saying where the effort should be concentrated, pledged the party to creation of "a post-secondary vocational education system designed to match workers with jobs that can be filled in West Virginia." Nelson, occasionally an out- Statehouse Notebook Little spoken critic of the Board o legents and its chancellor, Dr Prince B. Woodard, argued tha a student seeking post-hig school job training should be able to get it in his home coun y and not have to go to the earest regents-run community ollege. CALLING STUDENTS (17 years or older) Mornings Evenings Weekends NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED But should have pleasant telephone voice HOURLY WAGE + BONUS For interview call t Mr. Be vans* 348*5123 His arguments prevailed with the committee. It adopted a Nelson amendment making the plank state that the post-secondary vocational training effort should be made "within the public education system." No committee members really argued the point with Nelson. However, he drew opposition from Thomas L. Bertone, a nonmember who was sitting in on the meeting as a member of gubernatorial nominee John D. Rockefeller IV's staff. Bartone didn't take either the public school or higher education side. The question, Bertone said, is a complex one which shouldn't be decided until all the pertinent information has teen assembled and evaluated* He said that point has not been reached and it "would be premature" for the Democratic platform to take either side. Nelson's amendment, Bertone said, could mean "there will be no vocational education in community colleges." Bertone's opposition caused kelson to question whether a nonmember from Rockefeller's staff had any business speaking up in platform committee deliberations. Another Nelson amendment idopted by the committee re- lected his view that the Board if Regents listens too little to university and college faculties. The amendment to the platform plank on higher education acded this key language: "Specifically, faculty should advise and participate in budgetary onsiderations. In addition, be- rause as professional educators acuity are directly exposed' to the problems and opportunities confronting their colleagues faculty should accept primary responsibility for faculty per scnnel questions." Speaking of the Board of Regents, it's been five months since Amos Bolen of Huntington resigned from that body, but Gov. Moore still has not appointed 'a replacement. It's been Lhe same length of time since the legislature voted creation of Legislative Building Commission, but Moore has yet to name lis three appointees who will sit with four legislative appointees to the commission. . . . Senatorial District Executive Com- the Ninth Republican mittee probably will meet Beckley sometime this week to pick a nominee to run against Del. Warren R. McGraw, D- Wyoming, in November for the State Senate. Three of the four committee members have indicated the idea of Sen. 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