Pa. district cuts long-standing agricultural studies program

07/8/2013 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In the upcoming school year, a Pennsylvania school district will eliminate its vocational agricultural science program, which included lessons in horticultural studies, food sciences and landscaping. Officials say the program was eliminated after the state mandated the Keystone biology exam, which covers material that isn't included in the agricultural courses.

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