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Connecting Business and Education

The Ohio Soybean Council and Education Projects partnership was recently acknowledged as “a model of connecting business and the classroom”. Education Projects pioneered the OSC-sponsored GrowNextGen… continue reading →

Looking for science project ideas?

Here’s what’s going on at OSU’s Western Agricultural Research Station!… continue reading →

September is National Food Safety Education Month

guest post by Abby Snyder, The Ohio State University… continue reading →

There's lots of jobs to know about!

GrowNextGen teacher leader Jane Hunt recently led 17 Ashland educators through Teacher Boot Camp, a two day event sponsored by North Central Workforce Alliance and the Ashland Community Foundation. The… continue reading →

Rave review for Ag Biotech Academy from a returning teacher!

Kelly Mikhail teaches zoology and immunology at Worthington Christian High School. She returned to Ag Biotech Academy this year, and here’s what she said when we asked why:… continue reading →

Another Ag Biotech alumni weighs in on "Why Return?!?"

Erin Molden is a biotechnology instructor at Miami Valley Career Technical Center. She was back at Ag Biotech Academy for a second time this year. Here’s why:… continue reading →

Promoting industry leader connections for your classroom

Looking for some high-oleic soybean oil for labs, or want a drone demonstration at your school? Stephanie Jolliff and Shelby Faulkner of Ridgemont High School made an audience aware of these possibili… continue reading →

Student's science question leads to supplies, support

Abigail Lister, a student at Bloom Carroll Middle School, contacted GrowNextGen for ideas on soybean-related science fair ideas. She decided to do some research on aphid resistance. Andy Michel, Assoc… continue reading →

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