The school year will be coming to a close before we know it. What plans have you made on your #TeachAg journey so far? No matter what decisions you make as you begin your major and career, know that you are a part of the positive change and growth in agricultural education and the
Ag Education for ALL!
Agricultural Education for All is a joint partnership of the National Association of Agricultural Educators and the National FFA Organization with the goal of ensuring all in agricultural education feel welcome, safe and celebrated as their authentic selves. Every month in Teach Ag Times we will feature some of the outstanding teachers making a difference and creating inclusive, diverse and equitable programs for their students.
This month, we would like to introduce you to David Ruvarac. David was the agriculture teacher at WB Saul High School of Agricultural Sciences, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Recently, he has taken on a new role as an Occupational Advisory Committee Specialist through the Pennsylvania Commission for Agricultural Education Excellence, where he continues to make a positive impact on the agricultural education profession by working directly with teachers across the state of Pennsylvania.
"Being an agricultural education major means there is always an opportunity for growth."
Teach Ag Ambassador Spotlight
Each year the National Teach Ag Campaign selects an elite group of preservice agriculture teachers to represent the future of ag education.
This month, we are featuring Madeleine Musick a senior at the Oklahoma State University, majoring in agricultural education.
Follow the link below to find out what she is looking forward to most about becoming an ag teacher. Plus, find out why Oklahoma State University is a great option for pursuing a degree in ag education.
National Association of Agricultural Educators
The National Teach Ag Campaign is led by the National Association of Agricultural Educators. For more information, visit the Teach Ag website.