The Consortium published a humane dissection guide for biology teachers, which offers practical solutions and lesson ideas without the need to dissect animals. Consortium members persuaded Germany’s Ulm University and RWTH Aachen University to end their use of animals in surgical training courses, and Turkey’s University of Aksaray accepted virtual anatomy software to replace animal dissection. Consortium member PETA US published a web-based humane science education guide with suggested lesson plans that are aligned with US Next Generation Science Standards. The group successfully called on school districts in Florida and Texas to end cat dissection, and through its educational grant programme, it regularly donates interactive virtual dissection software to schools in order to replace animal dissection.