Determining and Sharing the Public Value of FCS Telling the StoryJournal of Family and Consumer Science
AbstractThose of us working with publically funded family and consumer sciences (FCS) programs have a dream that we are valued, our work is sustainable, we make a difference in people's lives, and we are recognized for the public value we provide. However, current political forces make this dream a challenge. This article describes a much-needed public value movement for FCS and how to determine and share our public value.
Copyright OwnerAmerican Association of Family and Consumer Sciences
Citation InformationNancy K. Franz and Margaret Van Ginkel. "Determining and Sharing the Public Value of FCS Telling the Story" Journal of Family and Consumer Science Vol. 103 Iss. 4 (2011) p. 53 - 55
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