Prologue to Student Organizations

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Prologue to Student Organizations

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Objectives 1.  Define terms connected with youth associations. 2.  List 10 youth associations and demonstrate on the off chance that they are connected with school as well as with horticulture. 3. List six Career and Technical Student Organizations and give select information about each 4.  Summarize the history, purposes and exercises connected with the  4-H. 5.  Discuss how the 4-H youth pioneer and FFA counselor may cooperate. 6.  Summarize how CTSOs and their related exercises are supported and secured by law in Arkansas. 7. Portray a portion of the misinterpretations about CTSOs. 8. Clarify the lawful reason for The FFA.

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Objective 1: Define Terms Youth - typically 18 or less Special conditions exist that may degree that furthest breaking point Organization– A sorted out gathering with a reason, which has an orderly and systematic way to deal with administration of it's capacity normally expressed in a constitution and by-laws. Some are in-school and some are out of school.

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Youth Organization versus Youth Program Youth Organization more often than not includes enrollment, officers, constitutions, rules, topic More understudy driven or run Youth Program less understudy invovled arrangement of exercises may have same with universally useful Less understudy driven (run)

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Youth Broader term In or out of school Student Narrower term In school Youth Organization versus Understudy Organization

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Career and Technical  Student Organizations Old term – Vocational Student Organization VSOs Newer term - Career and Technical  Student Organizations This turned into the name in the late 1990s when the calling Changed from professional instruction and supplanted to Career and Technical Education. Before VSO now CTSO

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Student more extensive term Any understudy in school Examples BETA chess spanish Vocational Student Narrower term must be selected in a professional program Examples FFA SkillsUSA FBLA Student Organization Vs. Profession and Technical  Student Organizations

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Objective 2: Youth Organizations Not Associated With School (Ag And  Non-ag). What number of would you be able to name?

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Draw This Table On Your Paper

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Objective 2: Youth Organizations Not Associated With School (Ag &  non-Ag) American Junior Shorthorn Association (AJSA): 8288 Hascall St., Omaha, NE 68124. 402-393-7200. Junior Beefmaster Breeders Associ-ation (JBBA): Open to youth age 21 and more youthful—across the country. Jr. Beefmaster Breeders Association, 6800 Park Ten Blvd., Suite 290W, San Antonio, TX 78213. 210-732-3132. www.beefmasters.org. National Junior Angus Association (NJAA): Open to youth age 21 and more youthful—across the nation. James Fisher, 3201 Frederick Ave., St. Joseph, MO 64506. 816-383-5100. www.njaa.info. w numerous would you be able to consider?

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Youth Organizations, Continued National Junior Swine Association: Open across the nation to youth age 21 and more youthful keen on Duroc, Hamp, York, or Landrace Swine. Jennifer Shike, P.O. Box 2417, West Lafayette, IN 47906. 765-463-3594 or jennifer@nationalswine.com. Arkansas Junior Cattlemen's Association http://www.ajcattle.com/National Grange 4-H Boy Scouts Girl Scouts

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Objective 3: Career and Technical Student Organizations

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Link to Descriptions of Career and Technical Student Organizations http://www.ed.gov/about/workplaces/list/ovae/pi/cte/vso.html Business Professionals of America DECA Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda Family, Career and Community Leaders of America Health Occupations Students of America National FFA National Postsecondary Agricultural Student Organization National Young Farmer Educational Association SkillsUSA-VICA Technology Student Association (TSA)

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Objective 5: History, Purposes and Activities Associated With 4-H. Visitor Speaker

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Objective 6: 4-H Youth Leader And FFA Advisor Working Together List ways these can cooperate… .

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Objective 7: Describe Some Of The Misconceptions About CTSOs That understudy youth associations have decreasing quality to today's vo ed understudies. Truly professional teachers have recognized solid CTSO as a fundamental segment of superb vo ed . That the quality of the young associations is that it concentrates on initiative. In any case, the essential objective of participation is to create abilities vital for business. That understudy associations are decent extracurricular exercises for spurred understudies. Today, understudy associations are attempting to guarantee that their exercises are incorporated into the classroom educational modules. That instructors' contribution in understudy associations stays solid. The truth of the matter is that instructors are confronting a period crunch and different obligations seek educator time. That state and government stores give sole support to CTSOs. As government assets have been cut, states can no longer convey the weight of monetary support. CTSOs must endeavor more grounded endeavors to secure support from the business group. Go to the first source ERIC Document ED392895 Youth Organizations. Myths and Realities

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Objective 8: Basis for the FFA Legal Basis Started by the U.S. Government George-Barden Act Public Law 740 USOE Policy Court Ruling Educational/Psychological Basis Philosophical Basis

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Objective 8: Legal/approach reason for FFA, cont. The FFA is perceived as an indispensable part of the educational modules by the government. 1. The Federal Government was in charge of setting up the FFA. Agrarian instruction pioneers with the Federal Board for Vocational Education gave the initiative to the foundation of the FFA.

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Objective 8: Legal/strategy reason for FFA, cont. 2. The George-Barden Act of 1946 states government assets can be consumed on "supervision by the professional horticulture instructor of the exercises, identified with professional training in agribusiness, of the Future Farmers of America and the New Farmers of America". What number of "clubs" have arrangements in government law approving elected uses on "club" exercises?

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Objective 8: Legal/approach reason for FFA cont. 4. USOE Policy expresses that FFA is intracurricular.

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Objective 8: Legal/strategy reason for FFA cont. 3. The FFA has a Federal Charter (Public Law 81-740 go in 1950): Sec. 18 "The United States Commissioner of Education . . . is approved to make accessible faculty, administrations, and offices of the Office of Education . . . to manage or help with the organization of the business and exercises of the corporation." Sec. 8 requires Federal instruction authorities to be a piece of the administering structure of the FFA.

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Public Law 105-225 (once Public Law 81-740) 105th Congress Passed Aug. 12, 1998 - [H.R. 1085] In 1950, the 81st Congress of the United States, perceiving the significance of the FFA as an indispensable part of the program of professional horticulture, allowed a Federal Charter to the FFA.  In 1998, the 105th Congress of the United States audited and passed specialized amendments.  This shows through the corrections as Public Law 105-225 . Editors' Note: Public Law 105-225 is a modification of Public Law 81-740 which reflects specialized changes. The crucial components of Public Law 105-225 have been republished here to furnish neighborhood sections with foundation data on the sanctioning of FFA through Congress.  For legitimate purposes, the full content of the Law (counting chronicled notes and reference to the Code) ought to be asked for from the National FFA Advisor or allude to Title 36 of the United States Code. http://www.ffa.org/about_ffa/html/ffa_publaw225.htm

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Objective 8: Legal/approach reason for FFA cont. The FFA is perceived as a necessary part of the educational modules by the state government 1. The State Board of Education in AR endorsed the Workforce Development Education - Program of Study and Support Services Guide which states "FFA exercises are a fundamental part of the rural instruction program"

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Objective 8: Legal/arrangement reason for FFA cont. The courts have decided that FFA is intracurricular and is a necessary part of the instructive program. 1. An understudy in Texas who was dynamic in the FFA moved to another school. The school had professional farming however no FFA. He brought a claim against the school and won. The school needed to begin a FFA part.

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Objective 8: Legal/strategy reason for FFA cont 2. The state AR endorsed educational programs controls in horticulture incorporates content on the FFA and it is perceived as an indispensable part of the program. 3. The state get ready for professional instruction (which must be endorsed by the state and central government) incorporates CTSO exercises.

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