There is a new training video available to assist districts with entering data in the Educator Data Collection System (EDCS).
Teacher Licensure recently made a change to what people will see on their license the next time they renew.
The Kansas State Department of Education’s Fiscal Auditing Office is collecting each school district’s one-page 2022-2023 school calendar.
Having this document helps the auditors when scheduling the annual KSDE audit in each district.
The Kansas Legislature and Gov. Laura Kelly in the spring passed HB 2466, the PACK Act, which provides a grant to professional development providers offering PD to Kansas educators in the area of computer science.
As some of you may be aware, Ford is no longer producing the 10-passenger Ford Transit Van. KSDE has been receiving numerous requests for alternative options.
There are now Educator Data Collection System (EDCS) training videos available on the Teacher Licensure website under Licensed Personnel (ksde.org) EDCS District Training Resources.
There are 346,000 eligible Kansans who have not claimed their Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) benefit.
At this time, districts will be able to enter and submit information for the Fall Vacancy Report (FVR). The deadline for submission of the Fall Vacancy Report is Monday, Sept. 26, 2022.
So far, 14 Kansas school districts have applied for a total of 43 electric buses, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
With the school year starting, it’s a good time to remind drivers to be vigilant when school buses are in the vicinity and to obey the law, which requires all motorists to stop when approaching or overtaking a stopped school bus displaying its flashing red stop arm.
In order to support systems in years one through five of the Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA) during the 2022-2023 school year, KSDE's Accreditation and Design (AD) team are hosting system kick-off events.
Beginning Monday, Aug. 8, 2022, all content and new information for the Mentoring and Professional Development programs will be put on each program’s respective web pages, according to Ed Kalas, an education program specialist for KSDE.
The Teacher Licensure team at KSDE has developed three surveys to assist educators with their license.
Here is a reminder on the age of eligibility for students to attend school:
Per K.S.A. 72-3118: The child will attain the age of 5 years on or before Aug. 31 of the school year. Guidelines for compliance with the law are shown below.
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