Agricultural education in America has been the most successful in the world and I maintain that this success has largely been due to an early dedication to immediate, real, and pressing problems. Its success in the future will depend on the ability of individual professors to relate to the problems of an ever changing environment and involve their students in solving them. The agricultural professor must teach his students in the context of changing world needs.



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