The article describes an innovation in curriculum at Lesotho Agricultural College. The changes altered the institution from producing agricultural civil servants to one that produces individuals capable of succeeding in agricultural industry.

The Basotho adapted a US learning system based on the principles of experiential learning to their situation. The curriculum changed from a theoretical to one that resembles commercial agriculture in Lesotho.

As a result a new type of agriculturist is being produced. The new agriculturist has a more informed concept of commercial agriculture in Africa and how they can perform to improve life for themselves and their countrymen.



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