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Training Schools - And CPS
The opening of CPS units in training schools all followed the same general pattern. War industries with higher salaries lured many of the old employees from the tedious, nerve-wracking work in the schools. The draft got a few more. Expansion of buildings stopped and waiting lists grew longer. State training schools were under staffed and over crowded....
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Title: Training Schools - And CPS
Creator: Stephen L. Angell, Jr. (author)
Date: July 15, 1944
Format: Article
Publication: The Reporter
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: vol.3, no.2, pp.3-5
Keywords: Advocacy; Attendants; Children; Civil Liberties & Rights; Civilian Public Service; Cognitive Disability; Connecticut; Conscientious Objectors; Economics; Education; Educational Institutions; Employment; Government; Institutions; Jurisprudence; Labor; Labor & Commerce; Laws & Regulation; Mansfield State Training School; Maryland; Neglect; New Jersey; New Jersey Training School; Pennhurst State School & Hospital; Pennsylvania; Policy; Psychiatric Disability; Religion; Rosewood Training School; Schools; Social Welfare & Communities; Work; WWII
Topics: Institutions, Organizations & Corporations; Social Movements & Advocacy