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Article

Publication Date

12-1-2019

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Center for Leadership & Learning

Abstract

Oklahoma Extension educators encountered barriers related to trainings and program delivery for a caregiver education program produced by Oklahoma State University Extension. Oklahoma family and consumer sciences educators were interviewed about perceived barriers to attending trainings and delivering the program. Findings indicated that staff shortages, program prioritization, challenges in developing an audience, and communication issues with the program team made it difficult for educators to engage with the program. Strategies for improvement based on the findings were devised.

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Journal of Extension

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Struckmeyer, K. M., Roberts, E., Gordon, S. R., Raczkoski, B. M., & Singh, C. (2021). Barriers to and Strategies for Engaging Extension Educators in Family Caregiver Education. Journal of Extension, 57(6), Article 16. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol57/iss6/16

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