Academic journal article The Agricultural Education Magazine

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Academic journal article The Agricultural Education Magazine

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Here's a little math ord problem- grab our calculator. Del lement taught at Easton Fresno for one year, Righetti for twelve, and Lompoc High School for eighteen. That brings us to thirty-one years for uncle Del.

CaI Clement racked 1 5 years teaching simultaneously at West Hills and Reedley Community College.

My Dad, Mark Clement, is still going strong teaching thirty-one years at Paso Robles High School. Mom did 4H and trained seeing-eye dogs.

I am chugging along at six months of student teaching at Carpintería High School.

Sister Holly showed cattle and sheep through the FFA. My sister, Haley, is working towards her agriculture education teaching credential at California State University, Chico and brother Haydn is seventeen and Regional FFA President. You do the math.

If we count Uncle Del, Uncle CaI, Dad and myself all together in terms of total agriculture education teaching experience, we are looking at 77.5 years- Absolutely Amazing!

It is easy to see that there must be some sort of genetic marker in the Clement DNA that determines a passion for teaching students' premier leadership, personal growth, and career success through agriculture education! Not only do you need the dominant Clement agriculture teaching allele, but also fundraising schemes up your sleeve worthy of Warren Buffett to fund all of the judging team trips, leadership conferences and chapter sets of FFA jackets. With nearly eighty years of experience, the Clement family is pleased to share their fundraising success stories. …

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