County Extension Agents' Perceptions of Positive Developmental Assets for Vulnerable Youth
A statewide assessment was conducted to determine county agents' perceptions toward key developmental assets in the lives of vulnerable youth and to identify an age group as a primary focus for Extension. Ninety-two percent of the 202 county agents responding to the rating scale agreed upon the need to focus on both youth leadership and personal values. Ninety-four percent of the agents also indicated that Extension should place emphasis on middle school youth as a high priority (in regard to programming). The findings conclude that there is relevance in assessing program efforts that promote positive development among youth.
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Jones, K. R., Ashurst, K. L., & Kurzynske, J. (2007). County Extension Agents' Perceptions of Positive Developmental Assets for Vulnerable Youth. The Journal of Extension, 45(6), Article 13. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol45/iss6/13