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Donald Maley (1918-1993) received his master's degree (1947) and doctoral degree (1950) in Industrial Education from the University of Maryland. Maley was a professor in the College of Education at Maryland from 1951 until his retirement in 1987. During his career, Maley established himself as a national leader in technology education and vocational-technical education. The collection consiststs of various journal articles, papers, and proposals authored by Maley, including his Ph.D. dissertation and his 1978 publication The Industrial Arts Teacher's Handbook. Also included are speeches, reports, and book chapter drafts on topics such as vocational education, industrial arts, and technical education, photographs from the 1940s through 1980s, and audio-visual materials.
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