An aviation program that provides student training on real aircraft. A robotics competition that teaches students next-level STEM skills. An aquaponics initiative that feeds students’ desire for real-world training while filling their plates with nutritious food. These are all examples of the innovative ways Pennsylvania’s public schools are preparing students for postsecondary education and careers in the 21st century. In this Summer Series, for the next eight weeks, we’ll be highlighting school district programs that showcase how hands-on learning and high-quality instruction lead to students’ success.

Today, hear from educators and students at Keystone Central on their involvement with building and maintaining an aquaponics system, and how it is benefitting the students in agricultural and culinary arts programs, and feeding students, too. Tune in Video EDition to watch!

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