Posted: Jul 12, 2024
Categories: KSDE

TOPEKA – Three standout employers in Kansas have emerged victorious in the fourth annual Give Back Kansas Challenge, an initiative designed to promote employee-supported volunteerism across the state.

Sixteen businesses participated in this year’s challenge, categorized by their size: small, medium, and large. The winners for 2024 are:

  • Small Organization: Flint Hills Volunteer Center, Manhattan
  • Medium Organization: Bethel Life Center, Wichita
  • Large Organization: Cloud County Government, Concordia

Hosted by Volunteer Kansas and the Kansas Volunteer Commission, the challenge took place from April 1 to May 31, 2024. Its primary goal was to engage Kansans in community service through their workplace.

Posted: Jul 3, 2024
Categories: KSDE

Members of the Kansas State Board of Education are expected to vote on the adoption of the model for KESA 2.0, the second iteration of the Kansas Education Systems Accreditation, during their monthly meeting on July 9-10, in Topeka.

Posted: Jun 27, 2024
Author: Tamla Miller

The Kansas State Board of Education will meet on Tuesday, July 9, and Wednesday, July 10, in the first floor boardroom of the Landon State Office building, 900 S.W. Jackson, in Topeka. Click here for the July meeting agenda and materials. 

Posted: Jun 14, 2024

Some educators in Kansas will have until 2028 to become trained or pass a test to show they are complying with the science of reading structured literacy requirements to renew their license. Members of the Kansas State Board of Education voted to approve the licensure renewal requirement this week during their June meeting in Topeka.  


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