Advsiors - March 2013
The importance of inclusion in your FFA chapter
Building an FFA chapter with students that are representative of your entire community is important, and should be a part of your goal as an educator.
How advisors can support special needs students
Agriculture education can provide unique opportunities for special needs students that can’t be found anywhere else.
Classroom modifications for physically disabled students are significant for success
Understand why a classroom environment should accommodate every student’s need.
Perspectives - Recalling your past to make their future
A first-person perspective from the National FFA Organization’s director of diversity and inclusion.
Chapters in Action
Check out a video showing the FFA Enhancing Diversity project gives FFA members the skills to succeed.
Links, apps, and opportunities for every agriculture educator.
Question for the Profession – Getting past "I don't want every kid in FFA"
LPS specialist Nina Crutchfield tackles a phrase too often used in FFA.