A plan for teaching agriculture at the upper secondary level in Trinidad and Tobago

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1983

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In keeping with its policy to finance educational projects in developing countries, the World Bank provided a loan to the government of Trinidad and Tobago to develop a training college for teachers of agricultural science in secondary schools. This study investigates the agricultural education systems of Trinidad and Tobago, Botswana, Taiwan, India, and Israel, and examines the views of agricultural educators on how the subject should be taught. It recommends that students be provided with the skills and knowledge needed to pursue agriculture as a vocation and/or continue further study at higher levels. Sample projects and lessons are described

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