FFA Members....Ready to Compete Globally: "The Making of a High School Ag Ed Study Abroad" by ProQuest

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First and foremost is the diversity in culture and race that an international agriculture experience offers students. Cultural and racial diversity can obviously be experienced without leaving the country, however, a service learning project in a foreign land exposes students to various living conditions, develops international civic relationships and fosters dialog among natives and students while working side by side. [...] an international agriculture activity should allow students to examine the wide array of agricultural careers in the world.

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