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ERIC Number: ED039333
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1969-Oct
Pages: 125
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Vocational Agriculture in the Changing South. Proceedings of a Two Day Conference (North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina).
Liner, Hugh L., Ed.
Changes occurring in the rural South and the changing educational needs of the southern youth were topics of this conference. Consideration was also given to job opportunities, role of vocational education in developing employee traits and providing training desired by employers, training vocational agriculture teachers, and relationships of vocational agriculture with other organizations and agencies. The 64 delegates were state supervisors, superintendents, principals, teacher-trainees, and teachers from Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina. Speeches were: (1) "The Changing Scene in Agriculture" by E.W. Jones, (2) "Vocational Agriculture in the Changing Scene" by C.C. Scarborough, (3) "The Rising Costs of Poor Education" by C.E. Bishop, (4) "What We Are Looking for in Our Employees" by C.F. Lane, (5) "Occupational Training Opportunities for Rural Youth" by C.H. Rogers, (6) "Career Orientation Concepts Applied to Public School Students in Rural Schools" by J.R. Clary, (7) "Possibilities of Exemplary Programs in Vocational Education" by C.V. Bert, (8) a panel discussion on changes needed in future vocational agriculture programs, and (9) "Linkage of Vocational Agriculture with Other Organizations and Agencies for the Future" by S.C. Mayo. (SB)
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Authoring Institution: North Carolina State Univ., Raleigh. Agricultural Policy Inst.