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CAPS was selected for its innovative effort to use an agricultural focus to expand student learning and meet the needs of the whole child, according to a release from the Pennsylvania Friends of Agriculture Foundation, which nominated the program for the award.

Soft skills are just as important as hard skills at school, in extracurriculars and in the work force.

Matthew Ruff from Circleville, Ohio, develops corn business that's for the squirrels. It began as an FFA supervised agricultural experience and has grown into a robust online business.

As education is transitioning out of old vocational schools into competitive advanced career-focused programs, options for students are increasing, waiting lists are common and the competitive nature of the programs are surging.

Discovery World in Parkersburg, West Virginia, is in the final stages of exhibit construction and the sternwheeler in the museum stands out.

Giant leopard moths can be found throughout eastern North America. With a wide variety of food sources, they are one of the easiest caterpillars to raise.

West Branch third-grade students got a behind-the-scenes look at agriculture during an annual farm field trip, hosted at local farms.

The Ohio Soybean Council and GrowNextGen are offering two virtual field trips to ride along live with a farmer during soybean planting this May.

The Envirothon provides the opportunity for students to work together, solve problems and unite in creating a hopeful future for our planet.

Her grandson's excitement over his first book fair took Judith Sutherland back to the enthusiastic joy she felt attending book fairs during her youth.