Cautious Praise for Clinton's Job-Training Plan

State officials regard President Clinton's job-training plan in much the way employers view a young worker hired for a complicated job: There's potential for a real winner -- but getting the job done will take time and probably involve a few missteps.

Officials generally give the plan high marks for addressing a long-neglected need and encouraging states to stretch and try new approaches to vocational education. But officials in some states worry that the legislation may not go far