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Technology and Livelihood
Education Programs

Home Economics
Agricultural Arts
Industrial Arts
































The four areas of Technology and Livelihood Education Programs as follows:


     The central focus of home economics education is the well-being of families and individuals in everyday activities. It focuses on those areas of life which constitutes to the everyday activity of the families and individuals and develops knowledge and skill which students can apply to human and material complexities of living in diverse and changing settings.

    Home Economics Careers and Technology is the umbrella term for two programs that focus on preparing students with the skills for living and for earning a living. Taught in  middle and senior high schools, as well as the ROCP, career-related subject matter is integrated with academic content to prepare students for post-secondary education, entry-level employment and professional careers. It is supported by a dynamic collaboration between teachers, administrators, parents, and business and industry, as well as by federal and state legislation.


     The Agriculture Arts provides professional education for a wide range of career opportunities in agriculture, natural resources, and in family and consumer resources. The various curricula offer professional preparation for careers in agri-business, government, public service agencies, retail and service industries, human health institutions, the food service and processing industry, financial institutions, youth development agencies, conservation and environmental organizations, farming and ranching, research, extension, communications and education. A broad education in a professional knowledge area is combined with foundation courses in the natural and social sciences, communications and the humanities to develop a well-rounded academic experience.


     Their social study of industry had a related methodology-children would actually engage in changing the forms of materials in order to learn not only about the processes of manufacture, but, more importantly, to gain a perspective on history, an appreciation of cultures, and an ability to cooperate with others. Construction in the classroom was viewed as "a means to a higher end--" an "approach to higher forms of industrial studies". "Gradually through [industrial arts in the middle and upper elementary grades] those values are brought out which are important in relationship to health, economy, taste in living, and which should be instrumental in making for greater efficiency in social cooperation"


     This for people who want to learn all aspects of business and leadership. This program will help you develop the skills you need to analyze and implement business and company objectives in any organization. As you work toward your degree, you will focus on the areas of economics, accounting, and critical thinking as well as aspects of law that can influence the workplace







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