Standard 4 Aspect E
The program is committed to and invests in strengthening and improving the education profession and the P-20 education system. Each program’s context (or multiple contexts) provides particular opportunities to engage the field’s shared challenges and to foster and support innovation. Engagement with critical issues is essential and must be contextualized. Sharing results of contextualized engagement and innovation supports the field’s collective effort to address education’s most pressing challenges through improvement and innovation.
The Agricultural Education program at Fresno State meets the states guidelines and has CCTC approval for its agricultural subject matter competency program, Agriculture Single Subject credential and the Agricultural Specialist Credential.
The Agriculture Specialist Program is aligned with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CCTC) standards. Our undergraduate subject matter program is approved along with our Agriculture Specialist Credential Program. The Agriculture Specialist Program alignment is shown in the table that can be found by clicking on the link below. There are no national standards for the Agriculture Specialist Program.
- CCTC website demonstrating state approval.