The foundation of all successful agricultural education programs is having curriculum that is rigorous and relevant. Resources are available for teachers to access to help them enhance their students’ classroom experience.
NAAE Communities of Practice – A site where agriculture teachers from across the country can share resources related to curriculum, classroom management, FFA, and more. The Kentucky Association of Agriculture Educators also has a page within this site. Click here to access the KAAE page directly.
Work-Based Learning Manual – This manual contains information relating to the various types of work-based learning a student can engage in via their CTE programs.
Agricultural Experience Tracker is an online record book system that allows students and teachers to maintain and review records related to the Supervised Agricultural Experience Projects.
The Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) is a dynamic curriculum that incorporated high science content in an inquiry-based pedagogy. This intensive approach is reshaping the way content is delivered in agriculture classrooms across the country.