The Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) has developed this online resource to help administrators, educators and families learn about required and recommended training for the school year.
With a click of a button, you can access a list of trainings clustered around three themes:
Each section identifies who the training is geared toward and if it is required or recommended.
This resource touches on training for a variety of people, from superintendents and transportation supervisors to coaches, teachers, students and families. Topics include juvenile justice, negotiations, bullying awareness, sexual harassment, accident prevention, concussion protocol and first aid. The website even provides how often each training is needed.
We hope this new tool is informative and helpful as you navigate through professional development and other key trainings.
Either click on the icons on the graphic above or the dark blue index above to access resources.
For more information, contact:
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