Volume 37 - Number 1 - 1996 | DOI: 10.5032/jae.1996.01056
Numerous changes have occurred in agricultural education in an attempt to revitalize and revolutionize the way we teach agriculture. In this regard, the strategic planning process directed educators to move programs toward a more holistic view of the teaching of agriculture. The findings in this study indicate that teachers in Pennsylvania want to develop a strategic plan for the state. Moreover, the teachers indicated there should be a greater alliance of academics and agricultural education. The findings provide numerous opportunities and challenges for agricultural educators in Pennsylvania.