Students learn core subjects through agriculture

02/16/2014 | Wichita Eagle (Kan.), The

An agriculture-based curriculum in place at a school in Kansas teaches core subjects through hands-on projects such as caring for farm animals and growing crops. Students learn math by measuring food and selling eggs and other products. "We want kids to enjoy school. We want them to be happy and want to come to school, and that's what the hands-on learning does," principal Natise Vogt said.

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