She followed her parents to Arkansas and soon had a job teaching vocational agriculture to sophomores and seniors at Stuttgart High School.
What does VOAG stand for?
VOAG stands for Vocational Agriculture
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- Volatile Organic Aromatic Compound
- Volunteers of America
- Voice Over ATM Adaption Layer 2 (telephony service over ATM network, alternative to VoIP)
- Volunteers of America Bay Area
- Voice of America Coverage Analysis Program
- Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster
- Voice Over Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line (Cisco, Lucent, Nortel)
- Volunteers of America Delaware Valley
- Vibrating Orifice Aerosol Generator
- Victorian Office of the Auditor-General (Australia)
- Voice of A Generation
- Volunteers of America Greater New Orleans
- Virtual Oral/Aural History Archive
- Valkyrie Owners Association International (motorcycle owners club)
- Victory Over Addiction International, Inc.
- Volunteers of America Los Angeles
- Voice of America Learning Center (Miami University of Ohio)
- Voice of African Music (newsletter; African Musical Arts, Inc.; St. Louis, MO)
- Volunteers of America, North Alabama
- Volunteers of America Northern New England (Brunswick, ME)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He is the legislative liaison for the Idaho Vocational Agriculture Teachers Association (IVATA), and is continuously building his network of contacts with legislators and other people of influence in Idaho and nationally.
I taught vocational agriculture in Iowa for five years, returned to Iowa State for my master's and doctoral degrees in agricultural education, and taught at the University of Nebraska for 10 years.
From 1961 until his retirement in 1976, he served as head of the Illinois Vocational Agriculture Service.
Kilpatrick emphasized the project method after experiences students had in vocational agriculture and in Future Farmers of America (FFA) organization in rural areas.
Items used to determine teacher attitudes were adapted from past questionnaires used to investigate attitudes held by public school teachers (Larrivee & Cook, 1979), vocational agriculture instructors (Shada, 1985), and industrial education teachers (Rojewski, Pollard, & Meers, 1990) toward integration of students with handicaps and special needs into regular classrooms.
Male Vocational Agriculture Teachers' Attitude and Perception Towards Female Teachers of Agriculture.