Enhancing Opportunities for Diverse Secondary Students: Case Study of an Urban Agricultural Magnet School
The Science and Technology of Agriculture and its Resources (STAR) Academy is an urban agricultural magnet school. It provides opportunities, such as preparation for post-secondary education, to diverse students.
||Secondary Education, Agricultural Education, Students from Minority Groups
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.41-46.
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B. Allen Talbert, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor (1999-present) of Agricultural Education at Purdue University, Indiana, USA. He is currently serving as the Coordinator of the Agricultural Education Program within the Department of Youth Development and Agricultural Education.
He is lead author of a collegiate textbook in agricultural education published in 2005 titled Foundations of Agricultural Education. He is author or co-author on 35 refereed journal articles and conference papers. Talbert has chaired or co-chaired 6 Ph.D. dissertation committees and 12 M.S. thesis committees.
Prior to his university experience, he taught middle and high school agricultural education for six years in Virginia, USA.
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