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Classroom Programming
for High School and College Classes

Join the thousands of students and teachers who have benefitted from our classroom programs. Invite an expert FFAC educator to your classroom (in the regions listed below) or virtually (nationwide and in Canada).

  • All of our programming is available for middle, high school, and university classrooms.
  • Our standard lesson and lecture length is 50 minutes, but is customizable to support the needs of teachers and students.
  • Our educators offer a range of presentation types, from traditional, lecture style presentations to highly interactive, inquiry-based learning.
  • We tailor our lessons and lectures to support student grade levels and course subject matter.
  • Supporting lesson plans, engaging and funny videos, and discussion prompts are available with all of our programming.

We offer in-person programming in the following regions:

  • Seattle
  • San Francisco Bay Area
  • Southern California
  • Denver
  • Chicago
  • New York City
  • Northern Ohio
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Factory Farming Awareness Coalition classroom programming inspires critical thinking and thoughtful classroom discussion about the connections between industrial animal agriculture and issues like climate change, biodiversity, environmental sustainability, social justice, human health, and animal welfare.

Our curriculum is designed to meet students where they are, while challenging the many myths and misconceptions of our current food system. We develop our materials from trusted, peer-reviewed sources. Our curriculum is regularly reviewed and updated by experts in their fields.

Meet Our Educators

Alexis Miller
Denver, CO
Claire Deshaies
New York City, NY
Erin Zhang
Bay Area, CA
Iris Woosley
Chicago, IL
Keith Allison
Northeastern Ohio
Lila Rose
Los Angeles, CA
Rowdy Keelor
San Diego, CA
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