An educational program that allowed more than 71,000 Kansans last summer to access museums, zoos, historic landmarks and outdoor locations for free will kick off May 28 with even more venues to help promote family engagement and keep students learning during the summer months.
A successful high school graduate has to be academically prepared to pursue his or her postsecondary plans – whether that is technical school, joining the military, attending a two- or four-year college or going straight into the workforce.
While academics are inarguably important, they alone won’t guarantee a student’s success after high school.
Two Kansas elementary schools are being recognized for their focus on strong character development.
Kansas State Board of Education members received an update from the Kansas Graduation Requirements Task Force on Tuesday, May 10.
Three Kansas students are being recognized as 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholars by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars.
Two Kansas Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) sponsors received national recognition for their hard work and dedication to child nutrition.
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