November 12, 2018
The Council creates an intentional direction for the Agricultural Education Model by:
The Council leads the future of school-based agricultural education by:
To have information from your ag ed organization included in the Monday Morning Monitor, email Andrea Fristoe, NAAE Program Manager.
2018 National Agricultural Education Summit
Position Announcement: CASE Project Director
2019 National Teach Ag Campaign Intern Position Announcement
2018 NAAE Convention
Special Ag Mechanics Professional Development as part of NAAE Convention
Please register by November 15th at https://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/4584026/Lincoln-Electric-Professional-Development-Registration.
Communities of Practice Highlights
Vets on Call
National FFA Scholarships: Application Opens Nov. 15
WLC Positions Close Soon
SAE Video of the Week: Agritourism
Teacher Town Hall Recording
Alumni Educational Enrichment Program
The 2019 CASE Institute Schedule is Now Available!
Registration for 2019 CASE Institutes opens December 1st. Each site can accommodate approximately 20 participants. This year’s offerings once again include several fast track institutes. Fast track institutes are for teachers with at least one prior CASE certification. Pre-Institute homework is required for fast track participation.
Many CASE Institutes' registrations filled quickly last year, so teachers should be sure to register as soon as they secure the appropriate funding.
2019 Excellence in Action Awards
Not only will your program be featured in the media and an awards ceremony in Washington, D.C. in the spring, you’ll also be contributing to a positive image of CTE programs. In its sixth year, this award showcases innovative programs of study to policymakers, employers and education leaders and lets them know that CTE is for all learners and prepares them for a lifetime of college and career success. Applications are open to secondary and postsecondary schools/institutions. Apply today!
This dating game involves food, labels, and consumer decisions.
Friday, Nov. 9, 2018: Animal genome editing raises questions, California votes for cage-free poultry, and the “dating game” involves food waste and labels. A lucky duck wins acting award, and farmers use underwear to test soil quality. These and many more ag/science stories in this week’s edition.
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