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ERIC Number: ED056178
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967
Pages: 124
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A Study of the Relationship Between Selected Educational Experiences of Vocational Agriculture Students and Their Enrolling in a College of Agriculture.
Carpenter, Frank Robert
To determine whether or not selected educational experiences of students from certain vocational agriculture departments tended to be significantly related to later enrollment in the College of Agriculture at Kansas State University, data were obtained from admission records, the state supervisor of vocational agriculture, a teachers' association file, and completed questionnaires from vocational agriculture teachers. The results revealed that high school student participation in the state judging contests at the university was the only on-campus activity in which there was a significant relationship to attendance in the College of Agriculture. Posting scholarship records was the only teaching procedure which was significantly related to College attendance. The selected Future Farmers of America (FFA) leadership activities and the degree levels of the teachers were not significant when tested against student attendance at the College. (Author/SB)
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Note: Ph.D. dissertation, Missouri University