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Congratulations to the nine 2020 Civic Advocacy Network (CAN) award winners and the three schools identified as having promising civic engagement practices in place in their schools!
The 2020 CAN award winners are:
They join the 2019 CAN award winners in the Civic Advocacy Network:
Schools receiving the 2020 Promising Practice Awards are:
Civic Engagement Lead
Jessica Dorsey, KVC Executive Director
Civic Engagement Coordinator
Division of Learning Services
Dr. Ben Proctor
Career, Standards and Assessment
Career and Technical Education
Natalie D. Clark
Dr. David Fernkopf
Kansas Volunteer Commission
Dr. Jessica Dorsey
The Kansas State Department of Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. (more information...)
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