Volume 45 - Number 2 - 2004 | DOI: 10.5032/jae.2004.02052



Leadership development, parliamentary procedure and agricultural education/FFA have been closely related for over 75 years. This historical research study investigated the history of parliamentary procedure instruction, the use of parliamentary procedure to develop the leadership skills of FFA members, research related to parliamentary procedure, and the establishment of a national FFA competitive event in parliamentary procedure. The study found evidence that the curricula of some secondary agricultural education programs included parliamentary procedure in the early part of the 1900s. FFA members, advisors, national FFA officers, the National FFA Alumni Association, and the National Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association all played a part in promoting the establishment of a national competitive event in parliamentary procedure


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