A study of 823 Extension professionals in a mid-western state investigated activities and attitudes related to global programming efforts. The study also sought to identify barriers which limit professionals’ ability to incorporate global perspectives into local programming. Results indicate over 60% of Extension professionals are interested in incorporating global perspectives and activities into programming. A lack of time, uncertainty that globalizing is a programming priority and lack of expertise or information were the primary barriers identified to adding a global perspective to domestic programming.


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