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San Antonio High School Food Justice Program: A Handbook And Evaluation Of Edible Education, Katherine B. Tenneson May 2012

San Antonio High School Food Justice Program: A Handbook And Evaluation Of Edible Education, Katherine B. Tenneson

Pitzer Senior Theses

This senior environmental studies thesis explains and analyzes edible education through a food and gardening program at a continuation high school in Claremont, California. The first chapter situates the program-specific analysis by providing background information of the edible education movement, a history of the Edible Schoolyard in Berkeley, California, and an explanation of why food is a powerful teaching tool. The second chapter delineates the program by describing all of its components and compiling essential resources and teaching documents. The third chapter is based on interviews with 9 of 12 involved students and 7 teachers, and thoroughly explains the outcomes ...


The Impact Of A School Garden Program On Agriculture Learning By Primary School Children In Rural Uganda, Amanda Snodgrass Jan 2012

The Impact Of A School Garden Program On Agriculture Learning By Primary School Children In Rural Uganda, Amanda Snodgrass

Graduate Theses and Dissertations

The FAO of the UN recognizes food-based systems as a platform to address the cornerstones of sustainable development: learning, nutrition, and income. Food security has a strong relationship to primary education and as access to primary education increases, food insecurity decreases. This study measured the impact of a school garden program on agriculture learning of pupils living in a food insecure region of rural Uganda and aimed to identify if the pupils acquire agriculture knowledge and skills through a school garden program. Agriculture learning of pupils attending a school with a school garden program or attending a school without a ...