Aggies working to reshape rural education

Texas A&M supporting rural districts, early-college programs

 

Texas A&M University’s Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications, ALEC, is working with rural schools to make sure the future offers as many opportunities as possible for Texas youth.

The rural school partnership and program is one Matt Baker, Ph.D., head of the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Bryan-College Station, is extraordinarily passionate about.

Baker understands the importance of rural education firsthand, not just for students but for communities.

Read the full story to learn more about how ALEC is partnering with rural schools.

 

Drone technology is taught at Roscoe Collegiate Independent School District. (Photo courtesy of Roscoe ISD)

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