| Overview | Commissioner's Award | Social-Emotional Growth | Kindergarten Readiness | Individual Plans of Study (IPS) |
| Academically Prepared for Postsecondary Success | High School Graduation | Postsecondary Effectiveness Rate | Civic Engagement |
The Civic Engagement Star Recognition rubric is based on school-level participation in the Civic Advocacy Network (CAN) Award process. In the spring of each year, schools will be invited to apply for the CAN award. Applications are due June 1. Applications are scored using the CAN award rubric, and applicants may be awarded a Promising Practice or CAN Award. Award winners are notified by Sept 1.
Following the notification of winners, these schools will be added to the Civic Engagement Star Recognition database (to be created in Excel). This database will identify each district and its K-12 schools and will note whether an individual school has received a Promising Practices or a CAN Award. This information will be used to inform the Civic Engagement Star Recognition rubric in early fall.
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...)
To accommodate people with disabilities, on request, auxiliary aides and services will be provided and reasonable modifications to policies and programs will be made. To request accommodations or for more information please contact the Office of General Counsel at firstname.lastname@example.org or by 785-296-3201.