Agricultural education and mathematics performance among secondary students

Susan W Githua, Tennessee State University


The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of agricultural education, FFA involvement, and SAE participation on the mathematics performance of secondary students. The study explored these factors using an ex post facto research design. Respondents in the study were secondary students enrolled in Agricultural Education program (N=80) and non-agricultural education students (N=59). Results revealed that agricultural education students had a higher mathematics mean score (M=12.15, SD=4.61) than non-agricultural education students (M=10.67, SD=3.63). There were positive statistically significant differences between mathematics performance of the students and their FFA involvement as well as SAE participation.^

Subject Area

Agriculture|Agricultural education

Recommended Citation

Susan W Githua, "Agricultural education and mathematics performance among secondary students" (2015). ETD Collection for Tennessee State University. Paper AAI1592021.