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Meeting the Graduate Education Needs of Minnesota Extension Educators
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Journal of Extension Volume 40, Number 4, ISSN 1077-5315

Abstract

Reponses from 12 of 20 Minnesota Extension educators regarding their participation in a master's cohort program via distance learning indicated that the cohort experience affected their leadership skills and abilities and personal growth. The cohort model was deemed to be an effective collaborative vehicle for earning a graduate degree. (SK)

Citation

Chairs, M.J., McDonald, B.J., Shroyer, P., Urbanski, B. & Vertin, D. (2002). Meeting the Graduate Education Needs of Minnesota Extension Educators. Journal of Extension, 40(4),. Retrieved April 19, 2019 from .

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