Eastside Technical Center's Secondary Veterinary Science Program

Grants and Contracts Details


Numerous high school students served by Eastside Technical Center currently lack opportunities to study animal sciences. However, there exists both strong need and interest for secondary Veterinary Science studies encompassing both equine and small animal science. The project's primary long-range goal is to implement a Veterinary Science Program for high school students in the agriscience program at Eastside Technical Center, serving Fayette County and students from surrounding counties of Woodford, Jessamine, and Scott. Working with the University of Kentucky, Eastside will benefit from assistance in curriculum development and problem-based teaching methods, research regarding student success and stakeholder perceptions, and the development of an electronic research journal. UK will benefit from increased student enrollment in the College of Agriculture with student recruits more prepared for a rigorous curriculum.
Effective start/end date11/1/086/30/11


  • Fayette County Public Schools: $15,000.00


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