The superintendent of public instruction shall appoint a supervisor of agricultural education within the department of education. The supervisor shall be responsible for administering and disseminating to school districts information about agricultural education. The department shall maintain an appropriate number of full-time employees focusing on agricultural education. The department shall employ at least three program consultants who shall be available to provide assistance to school districts on a regional basis throughout the state. At least one consultant may coordinate local activities of the student organization known as the future farmers of America.
Effective Date: 2007 HB119 09-29-2007