College curricula must be dynamic and constantly modified in order to graduate students who are at the "cutting-edge" of knowledge and technology. Many changes are now occurring which will stimulate new directions in curricula in higher education - including agriculture. These changes include (a) states increasing graduation requirements for high school students, (b) state governing boards increasing requirements for admission into college, and (c) remedial/developmental skills programs being phased out in universities across the country, with the expectation that any deficiencies remaining upon graduation from high school will be corrected at a community/junior college.




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