Perceptions of Texas Agricultural Science Teachers Toward Granting Science Credit for Agricultural Science Courses

Robn Haggerton Krueger, Randall Williams


As early as 1887, Agriculture was recognized as a science. Hammonds (1950), author of Teaching Agriculture, wrote, "The 'organized body of knowledge' we call the science of agriculture is deeply rooted in the sciences that contribute to agriculture. If we strip away from agriculture the portions of other sciences that bear upon it, we perhaps do not have left a science of agriculture. To teach agriculture is to recognize that it is a science." ...


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