The National Council for Agricultural Education (The Council) is
committed to respecting the privacy of stakeholders. Our privacy
policy governs the collection and use of personal information,
whether gathered by our staff, website visitors or through
correspondence, and it reflects our approach to gathering and
disseminating data. Our policy is to only use data collected for
purposes that are integral to furthering the mission of The Council
and agricultural education.
Who We Are
The National Council for Agricultural Education strives to
stimulate positive growth in agricultural education. Since its
beginning in December 1983, The Council has provided leadership for
stakeholders in agriculture, food, fiber and natural resources
systems education. It strives to surface issues important to
agricultural education and stimulate actions to support those
issues. The Council serves as a common meeting ground for
agricultural education and represents organizations and entities
representing students, teachers, teacher educators, state leaders,
alumni, industry, and government. The Council promotes success for
students and teachers who participate in the formal agricultural
education instructional programs offered in grades seven through
adult throughout the 50 states and three U.S. territories.
Information Collection and Use
Personal information collected is utilized for the purpose of
transacting business. Personal information is not shared with
third-party entities unaffiliated with The Council without an
individual’s express consent.
Mailing Lists and Electronic Newsletters
Recipients of e-mails and alerts have the option to
unsubscribe from any mailing list. This may be done at the
Subscription page. Those who choose to unsubscribe will not
receive further mailings from The Council.
Coordination with the Educational Community
Strong, supportive relationships between The Council and others in
the agricultural education community are critical to our success.
Given the importance of these relationships, The Council seeks to
remain fully aligned with our stakeholders' privacy concerns. The
Council will only utilize data provided by members and stakeholders
to further the educational mission of The Council and agricultural
In order to protect against loss, misuse or alteration of
information collected, The Council ensures that appropriate
security measures are in place at all physical facilities where
data resides. User data is stored, both physically and
electronically, according to the requirements specified by the
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.
Links to Other Websites
The Council website often provides links to other websites that may
be of interest to the stakeholders we serve. Although we work hard
to ensure we provide links to appropriate sites and we take full
responsibility for the content of our site and our own privacy
policy, we are not responsible for the privacy practices or the
content of sites to which we link. No notice will be issued when a
visitor has accessed a link to a website outside the realm of the
All information presented on the websites of The Council is
presented in good faith and is believed to be correct. However, The
Council makes no representations or warranties as to the
completeness or accuracy of this information.
Contacting The Council
Council by regular mail, e-mail or phone. Additionally, stakeholders
may prevent their information from being used for purposes other
than those for which it was originally collected by contacting us.
Upon request, we offer stakeholders the ability to have inaccuracies
corrected in contact information, unique identifiers and
communications that they direct to our site. Stakeholders can have
their information corrected by contacting us through the following:
- Mail: 6060 FFA Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46278
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: 317-802-4300
From time to time, customer information may be used for new,
If our information practices change at some time in the future,
those changes will be posted on all affected websites to notify
users of the changes and provide an opportunity to opt out of the
new uses. Those concerned about how their information is used should
check the websites periodically.