Olds, CBE partner on agriculture technology dual credit courses for high school students

Olds College of Agriculture & Technology and the Calgary Board of Education (CBE) have partnered to give high school students an opportunity to gain credits as they study agriculture technology. The partnership will see CBE’s Unique Pathways program offering dual credit courses such as Design Thinking in Agriculture to students in Grade 11 or 12, where students will use study the use of technologies such as 3D printing and robotics to address agricultural issues. “We are very excited to partner with the CBE to bring agriculture education to urban learners,” said Olds Dean of the Werklund School of Agriculture Technology Jay Steeves. Red Deer Advocate| Olds Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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