Recruiting Agriculture Teachers: Are We Our Own Worst Enemy?
Bridges, Chip, The Agricultural Education Magazine
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Picture the following scenario if you will: A well respected and dedicated agriculture teacher is conducting a routine Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) visit. The student being visited is at the top of the class in an average sized high school. This eleventh grade student has been an outstanding FFA member and is sure to pursue some type of career in agriculture. During the SAE visit, the teacher and student begin discussing the future plans of the student beyond high school. The student says to the teacher, "You know, I am thinking about becoming an agriculture teacher and FFA advisor." The teacher's response in this …
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Publication information: Article title: Recruiting Agriculture Teachers: Are We Our Own Worst Enemy?. Contributors: Bridges, Chip - Author. Journal title: The Agricultural Education Magazine. Volume: 80. Issue: 5 Publication date: March/April 2008. Page number: 13+. © National Council for Agricultural Education Nov/Dec 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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