Thursday, June 13, 2024

Bringing poultry science to public K-12 classrooms

By Maria M. Lameiras University of Georgia

Must read

ATHENS, Ga. — Poultry has grown to become the top commodity in Georgia’s number one industry, agriculture. Acquainting school-aged students with potential career paths in avian science is critical to staffing the state's poultry sector.

Building on the foundation set by Avian Academy, the popular continuing education course for teachers offered annually by the University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences (CAES), the Georgia Department of Education worked with CAES to create middle- and high-school poultry science curricula. Now in its third year of use in Georgia public schools, the courses have been adopted. . .

Register or Login to keep reading

Thank you for your interest in accessing the complete content. To continue reading, please register for free. By registering, you'll gain full access to our valuable resources, updates, and insights.

If you already have an account please Log In.

More articles

Latest article