Seniors share thoughts on COVID-19, give advice to peers
The last weeks of a senior’s high school journey should be filled with solidifying plans for the future, donning formalwear for prom and celebrating graduation with friends and family. Instead, the Class of 2020 is navigating uncharted territory.
The Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force has named 92 schools as recipients of the 2019 Challenge Awards.
Kansas’ students will receive supplemental education content via television thanks to an alliance between the Kansas State Department of Education, the Continuous Learning Task Force and the Kansas Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).
Fifty-seven Kansas high school seniors have been named 2020 Kansas Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholars, the Kansas State Department of Education announced Tuesday, April 14, 2020.
The next regular State Board of Education meeting is April 14. The meeting will be conducted virtually and will be livestreamed for the public to observe and listen.
Teachers across Kansas welcomed their students to Continuous Learning on Monday, March 30, through a variety of creative ways. An Olathe Unified School District 233 second-grade teacher went above and beyond by making signs and placing them in each of her students' yards.
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