Two additional schools recognized for character development programs
Two Kansas schools received designation as 2018 National Schools of Character on Friday, May 18, in Washington, D.C.
Accreditation process focus of board's May work session
Kansas State Board of Education members at their May meeting received in-depth training about the Kansas Education Accreditation System (KESA) process, learned more about a new pilot for respecialization that could help solve a shortage of school psychologists and approved new goals for the Kansas State Schools for the Blind and Deaf.
This is seventh year for U.S. Department of Education’s Green Ribbon Schools program
TOPEKA — Manhattan-Ogden Unified School District 383 is among six districts across the country to be designated a 2018 U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School District Sustainability awardee.
Seven other students named semifinalists
Two Kansas students have been named 2018 U.S. Presidential Scholars by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars.
Kansas State Board of Education members will participate in an all-day work session Monday, May 14, in Wichita..
Other schools, districts also honored at ceremony in Topeka
Beloit Junior/Senior High School, Beloit Unified School District 273, and Nemaha Central Elementary/Middle School, Nemaha Central USD 115, were announced as 2018 Kansas Schools of Character on Thursday, May 3, during a special ceremony at the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site in Topeka.
The Kansas State Board of Education will conduct its next monthly meeting May 8 and 9 in Topeka.
Award renamed in honor of KSDE's deputy commissioner of fiscal and administrative services
Craig Neuenswander, Kansas State Department of Education's School Finance team director, recently received the Dale Dennis Distinguished Service Award from the Kansas Association of School Business Officials (KASBO).
Kansas State Board of Education members on Tuesday, April 17, learned the names of 19 school districts that will take part in Gemini II: The Space Walk Begins, which is the next round of the Kansans Can School Redesign Project.
Nineteen Kansas districts join Kansans Can School Redesign Project, bringing total to 47 districts and 103 schools
Nineteen school districts from across the state will take part in Gemini II: The Space Walk Begins, which is the next round of the Kansans Can School Redesign Project, the Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) announced Tuesday, April 17, 2018.
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