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The 1890 Land-Grant Institutions Programs have allowed schools to redesign their curricula and expand students' problem-solving learning experiences.
The 1994 Land-Grant Institutions Programs have assisted institutions in providing capacity building in the areas of teaching, extension, and research centering on the food and agricultural sciences.
The Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian-Serving Institutions Programs have promoted multiple partnerships among institutions and with public and private entities to enhance food and agricultural sciences education.
The competitive Hispanic-Serving Institutions Educational Grants Program has helped many Hispanic-serving Institutions (HSIs) build institutional capacity, establish linkages with business, conduct outreach to Hispanic/Latino communities, develop new curricula, and meet local education needs.
The Federally-Recognized Tribes Extension Program assists American Indians in the development of profitable farming and ranching techniques and provides agriculture-related development for tribal youth.
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Last Updated: 03/18/2009
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