As a 90-year-old artifact of the days when an agrarian economy dominated society, is it possible for Extension to still be relevant? As the primary outreach and public service function of land-grant universities, the relevance of Extension is tied to the perception and reality of the relevance of these host institutions. Did the recent ECOP report A Vision for the 21st Century and other ECOP statements address whether Extension remains relevant to the 21st century context? Extension educators are assisting communities of place and of interest and involving more university and agency colleagues in responding to changing citizen education needs.
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Bull, N. H., Cote, L. S., Warner, P. D., & McKinnie, M. (2004). Is Extension Relevant for the 21st Century?. The Journal of Extension, 42(6), Article 3. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol42/iss6/3