Current State of Agricultural Education

Most weekday afternoons, Chandler Taylor-Henry, a sophomore at Paul Quinn College in Dallas, heads to the school’s football field, where he plants seedlings, harvests vegetables, and feeds the Wyandotte, Australorp, Araucana, and Rhode Island Red hens. A scoreboard and an old goalpost rise from a blueberry patch in one end zone. Turnips thrive near the fifty-yard line. “This farm is part of what drew me to Paul Quinn,” says Taylor-Henry, who grew up in Jackson, Mississippi.

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