ERIC Number: ED030049
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Reference Count: 0
History of the Kansas Extension Service From 1868 to 1964; (Vol. I, II, III).
Teagarden, Earl H., Comp.
The comprehensive history of the Kansas Extension Service from 1868 is presented in three volumes and includes administration, information dissemination, club work, special area reports, personnel training, and continuing education. Administration involves such aspects as personnel, finances, organizational changes, cooperation with other agencies and organizations, and emergency programs. Personnel, program development, projects, and activities are discussed for extension home economics and 4-H activities. Special project areas reported include plant pathology; horticulture; animal, dairy, and poultry husbandry; entomology; rodent control and wildlife management; marketing; radio and television; land use planning; and emergency farm labor. Continuing education involves activities such as home study, evening college and extension classes, conferences and short courses, and technical and special services. (pt)
Descriptors: Agricultural Production, Animal Husbandry, Extension Agents, Farm Labor, Farm Management, History, Home Economics Education, Information Dissemination, Labor Supply, Land Use, Marketing, Plant Science, Professional Continuing Education, Program Administration, Radio, Rural Extension, Television, Wildlife Management, Youth Clubs
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Kansas State Univ., Manhattan.
Note: A three volume report