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TOPEKA – Earlier this year, Kansas Commissioner of Education Dr. Randy Watson and Deputy Commissioner Brad Neuenswander held community conversations across the state to find out from the citizens of Kansas what they want from their education system. 
KEY FACTS:

Tuesday, September 8, at 10:00 a.m., Board Room, Kansas State Department of Education, Landon State Office Building, 900 SW Jackson Street, Topeka  

Wednesday, September 9,  9:00 a.m. Vision Planning,  KNEA Offices, Topeka

TOPEKA – Kansas students continue to outperform the nation in all four assessed areas of the 2015 ACT college entrance exam: English, reading, mathematics and science, and earned an average composite score of 21.9 compared to the national average score of 21. 
The Kansas State Board of Education (KSBE) is reviewing the tabulated results from the Community Conversation events held throughout the state earlier this year where education officials asked Kansas residents and members of the business community what they want from their state education system.
TOPEKA – With most Kansas schools now back in full swing, residents will once again see that familiar influx of school buses on the roadway. While school buses are some of the safest vehicles on the road, the greatest danger for children riding buses is traveling to and from the bus stop and getting on and off the bus.

Questions about this program or  page contact:
Tamla Miller
785-296-4950
tmiller@ksde.org

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