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State Teach Ag Results (STAR) Program

The National Teach Ag Campaign launched the State Teach Ag Results (STAR) program in the spring of 2014 to increase recruitment and retention efforts at the state level. The STAR program is designed to assist states in creating sustainable and effective recruitment and retention plans. STAR states receive in-kind design and consultation services, access to Teach Ag grant funds, priority preference for Teach Ag Ambassador positions, promotion and assessment summaries.

Contact The National Teach Ag Campaign to find out how your state may become a part of the STAR program.

STAR Program Requirements are as follows:

  • Convene a team consisting of the following individuals at a minimum
    • State Ag Ed Director
    • Agriculture Teachers Association Board Member
    • Agricultural Education Major
    • FFA Alumni Representative
    • Ag Ed Degree Institution Faculty
    • State Foundation Director
  • Commit to working with the National Teach Ag Campaign for at least 2 years
  • Complete an initial state assessment and online survey
  • Host a face to face meeting with team members and the National Teach Ag Campaign
  • Collect and share data
  • A member of each state team will serve on the National Teach Ag Campaign Advisory Board starting in January 2015 and ending Fall 2016.
  • Remote state team meetings two times a year.

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California Arizona Michigan
Illinois Idaho Nevada
Indiana Iowa New Jersey
Kansas Louisiana Oklahoma
Minnesota Montana Utah
Mississippi Pennsylvania Wisconsin
Missouri South Dakota  
Nebraska Virginia  
New York    
North Carolina    
Oregon    

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