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How to Fix Extension: Part V
I absolutely believe Extension is Broken. I'm not a negative guy, I'm an opportunist. Look, if we weren't underperforming, we would not be underfunded. My car in high school was broken, but it still ran. It was a fun process learning how to fix it and get it to running efficiently. The good news is that broken stuff presents tremendous opportunities for people like you and me.
In this series of How to Fix Extension blog posts, I've had the opportunity to share and discuss a handful of things that I think we should change in the Cooperative Extension system. One fundamental thing that I've been reminded of is: attitude.
Paul Hill, Ph.D.
I design, plan, and evaluate economic development programs for Utah State University.
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