Multiple-teacher departments of vocational agriculture in Virginia
Williams, Arthur Earl
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Multiple-teacher deparments of vocational agriculture were increasing in number. This conclusion is substantiated by the fact that Virginia rural schools were consolidating at a rapid rate. The fact that all multiple-teacher departments have developed in the past 14 years indicates a definite trend to this type of department. High school enrollment and the size of the area served by the school does not have a direct bearing on the number of vocational agriculture teachers in a department. Two teachers served an area as small as 40 square miles, while the same number of teachers in another school served an area of 881 square miles. High school enrollment in the twoâ teacher schools varied from 134 to 1375.
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