Collaboration of 4-H and Schools

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Collaboration between 4-H and schools:

Collaboration between 4-H and schools Wendy G. Paschal

Introduction of 4-H School Enrichment Program:

Introduction of 4-H School Enrichment Program

Literature Review:

Literature Review Collaboration Delivery Strategies Barriers

Recipe for Success:

Recipe for Success Professional Development Opportunities for both 4-H Agents and Classroom Teachers Internet-based technology Program Closure Opportunities

Recommendations for Educators:

Recommendations for Educators




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