Local Program Success was created by teachers, for teachers. It is a national initiative designed to enhance the quality and success of the local agricultural education programs.
Local Program Success is a joint initiative of the National Council for Agricultural Education and the U.S. Department of Education, with cooperation from the National FFA Organization and the National Vocational Agricultural Teachers' Association.
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This is achieved through seven keys to success in agricultural education: strong classroom and laboratory instruction (contextual learning in school-to-career language); supervised agricultural experience programs (work-based learning); active FFA chapters (a connecting activity between school and careers); strong community and school partnerships; marketing; professional and program growth; and program planning.