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Joel M. Larsen Program Specialist Agricultural Education [email protected] 651-582-8395. Minnesota Agricultural Education Data 2012-2013 July 2014. Minnesota FFA State Staff. Minnesota FFA State Staff. 187 AFNR Programs (increase of 4) 227 teachers

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afnr 2013 2014

187 AFNR Programs (increase of 4)

  • 227 teachers

(215 in 2013; 214 in 2012; 213 in 2011; 216 in 2010)

  • 7 departments – 3 Teachers
  • 26 departments – 2 Teachers
  • 159 Full Time Programs –

( 159 in 2013; 164 in 2012; 160 in 2011; 168 in 2010)

  • 29 less than 1.0 FTE (full time equivalents)

(22 in 2013; 21 in 2012; 26 in 2011;14 in 2010)

AFNR 2013 - 2014
minnesota afnr programs 2014

40 programs have changes in staffing for the coming year. Representing 38.2 Full Time Equivalents (FTE’s)

  • 17 schools increased staffing by 12.6 FTE’s
  • 4 schools reduced AFNR by 2.1 FTE’s
  • 2015 – net gain 10.5 FTE’s
  • 2013 – net gain of 7.7 FTE’s
  • 2012 – net loss of 2.93 FTE’s
  • * 9 positions unfilled ( July 1, 2014)
Minnesota AFNR Programs 2014
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Minnesota AFNR Programs 2013- 20124

  • 147 Male – 80 Female Teachers (Spring 2014)
  • 9 teachers are teaching on license not related to agriculture education (teaching out of assigned field)
  • 14 FFA Chapters have a FFA Advisor from the community serving as an assistant or lead advisor.
afnr enrollment 9 12
AFNR Enrollment 9-12

* Concentrators = students completing 240 hours of CTE course work

c perkins afnr concentrators

Minnesota AFRN Enrollment = 19,971

  • Student Enrollment Average = 106.81
  • Concentrators have completed 240 hours of instruction in the AFNR program.
  • Female - 2,749 34.1%
  • Male - 5,330 65.9%
  • Total - 8,079
  • 2013 graduation rate for CTE concentrators = 88.03 %

(state average = 77.6%)

  • MCA GRAD Reading 10 score = 76.96%(state average = 62.20%)
  • MCA GRAD Math 11 score = 53.51% (state average = 51.5 %)
C Perkins AFNR Concentrators
afnr concentrators

There were 8,079 AFNR students identified as CTE Concentrators

  • 89.3 % White, Non-Hispanic (6,634)
  • 39.9 % Economically Disadvantaged (2,966)
  • 31.0 % Non Traditional Enrollee (2,303)
  • 19.0 % Individual with a Disability (1,412)
AFNR Concentrators
agri science credit 2012 2013

Agricultural Science 296

  • Animal Science 1,347
  • Biotechnology 410
  • Plant Science 531
  • Natural Resource Science 830

Total 3,414

2012 = 3,893 2011 = 4,248

C Perkins Data Table C 2011-2014

Agri Science Credit 2012-2013
licensure program

University of Minnesota St. Paul 34 39.5%

  • University of Minnesota Crookston 10 11.6%
  • University of Wisconsin R Falls 13 15.1%
  • South Dakota State University 10 11.6%
  • North Dakota State University 9 10.5%
  • Iowa State University 4 4.7%
  • Other 6 7.0%

(Nebraska, UW Plattville, Oregon State)

Licensure Program
curriculum choices

51 66%

33 43%

15 19%

None of the above 13 17%

Curriculum Choices
ffa days out of the classroom

1-5 Days 6 8%

  • 6-10 Days 16 21%
  • 11-15 Days 26 33%
  • 16-20 Days 19 24%
  • 21+ Days 11 14%
FFA Days out of the Classroom
non ffa days out of the classroom

None 3 4%

  • 1 to 5 Days 14 18%
  • 6 to 10 Days 24 31%
  • 11 to 15 Days 12 15%
  • 16 to 20 Days 8 10%
  • 21+ Days 17 22%
Non FFA Days out of the Classroom
extended days

None 24 31%

  • 1 to 5 Days 6 8%
  • 6 to 10 Days 9 12%
  • 11 to 15 Days 9 12%
  • 16 to 20 Days 14 18%
  • 21 to 25 Days 8 10%
  • 26 to 30 Days 4 5%
  • 31+ Days 8 10%
Extended Days
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