With tight money and fewer high school students available for recruitment, the College of Agricultural Sciences at Oregon State University wanted to know where to place their recruitment money. There was also great interest, on the part of agricultural educators in the state of Oregon, in knowing the potential for success in college (specifically a College of Agriculture) of students who had participated in vocational agriculture while attending high school but who had not participated in the college preparatory curriculum. It was felt that information of value to both concerns could be gathered in one study.



high school vocational agriculture, recruitment

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