Perceptions and perceived knowledge levels of Texas public school superintendents regarding the agricultural science and technology program
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The statement of the problem is that the agricultural science and technology program in Texas is not fulfilling its maximum potential in its efforts to provide a high quality education for the student population it serves. In order for this to be accomplished, the program and its teachers must recognize those areas in which improvements can be made. The agriscience program must also attain a quality level at which a public school district's highest academic officer-the superintendent-realizes the value of the program, its objectives, and the means by which those objectives are accomplished.