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When you put on an FFA jacket, you become part of a school-based agricultural education program that can connect you to exciting careers in the science, business and technology of agriculture. FFA is one of three essential components of this integrated system, which work together to provide personal, academic and career experiences that help you build success. School-based agricultural education is delivered through career and technical education  in the United States, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Approximately one million  agricultural education students are taught by more than 13,000 secondary, two-year postsecondary and adult instructors in more than 8,000 schools. School-based agricultural education consists of three integral core components:
  1. Classroom and laboratory instruction that is contextual, inquiry-based and interactive.
  2. FFA, which helps members develop premier leadership, personal growth  and career success.
  3. Supervised agricultural experience (SAE) programs that allow you to apply knowledge and skills through experiential, service and work-based learning opportunities.

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