The main purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions and activities of agricultural education professors in agricultural education departments in U.S. institutions of higher education regarding internationalization of the curriculum. The study showed that internationalization is an important issue in agricultural education but will not receive the attention it needs unless more opportunities are provided for faculty and students to travel and participate in international activities. The study also showed that agricultural educators as a group are not doing much beyond discussing international issues or using examples in their course work to add an international perspective to the curriculum.
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