Editorial

John Eggleston
1986, Vol. 19, No. 1,

Abstract


It is always a pleasure to record new evidence of the standing of our J ourna!. Of course the pleasure is not just because of the greater glory of Studies in Education Design Craft & Technology but because it indicates greater recognition of all that the Journal stands for in the development of craft, design and technology as a central and crucial aspect of the curriculum.


Full Text: PDF