• Political Science
  • Published 2001

A Question of Relevance: FFA Programs and Services as Perceived by FFA Members and Non-Members.

@inproceedings{Croom2001AQO,
  title={A Question of Relevance: FFA Programs and Services as Perceived by FFA Members and Non-Members.},
  author={Barry Croom and James L. Flowers},
  year={2001}
}
The purpose of the study is to determine if there is a difference between FFA members and non-members as to their perception of FFA programs and services, and to determine if students’ perceptions of FFA programs and services are influenced by gender and ethnicity, enrollment choice, prior enrollment in an agriculture class, block scheduling, grade level and extracurricular activities. Data were collected using a questionnaire administered to 404 students enrolled in the Agriscience… CONTINUE READING

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