At urban agricultural high school, dreams grow alongside crops

10/26/2008 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

The 600 high school students at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences run a 72-acre farm with cows, horses, goats, fish, corn and other produce. In addition to their traditional and college prep classes, the urban students --- many of whom have special needs -- learn vocational and entrepreneurial skills.

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