Agriculture College Program was at UC Berkeley
Cal Poly SLO opened the first Voc-Ed High Schoo
GARDENA HIGH SCHOOL FORMED AN AGRICULTURE PROGRAM.
OXNARD AND IMPERIAL HIGH SCHOOLS STARTED AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS.
25 schools began offering agricultural education.
93 schools offered agricultural education.
California Agricultural Teachers’ Association (CATA) was formed.
Judging contests were initiated.
California State Fair begins
First regional supervisor for agricultural education was hired and located at Fresno State Teachers’ College
Six regional supervisors were on staff
National Future Farmers of America was formed in Kansas City, Missouri
First State Convention held for the California Future Farmers of America
State FFA Convention moved to Cal Poly SLO.
187 chapters in the California FFA with 8,868 students enrolled in agriculture education.
Cal Poly SLO became a four-year college.
Junior colleges were reimbursed by the Smith-Hughes Vocational Education Act
210 high school programs in agricultural education.
230 high school programs in agricultural education.
Agriculture was defined as more than “farming”.
294 schools with agriculture programs accounting for 28,621 students First year girls were allowed to be FFA members.
After sixty years as Cal Poly, the State FFA Convention was relocated to Fresno
California FFA surpassed Texas to become the largest State Association in FFA membership
314 high schools had agricultural education programs which accounted for 76,451 students
Over 5,000 students will attend the State FFA Convention in Fresno