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Technology and the Future of Appalachian Education

Appalachian Heritage Volume 28, Number 2, ISSN 0363-2318


Proposes that Appalachia pursue an economic development strategy based on exporting knowledge and training. Partnerships between governments, private utilities, and institutions of higher learning could improve the telecommunications infrastructure, establish new learning products companies, instruct adults at their home and work places, expand enrollments in area colleges and universities, and create well-paying nonpolluting jobs. (TD)


Winters, R.O. (1999). Technology and the Future of Appalachian Education. Appalachian Heritage, 28(2), 12-14. Retrieved November 29, 2021 from .

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