Kansas State Board of Education members during their Tuesday, Dec. 13, meeting learned about enhancements to the Kansas Assessment Program (KAP).
TOPEKA — Two former Overland Park students are being recognized for qualifying for the College Board’s State Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar Award.
The Kansas State Board of Education will conduct its next meeting Tuesday, Dec. 13 and Wednesday, Dec. 14 in the Board Room (Suite 102) of the Landon State Office Building, 900 SW Jackson.
Funds will support organizations planning projects for MLK Day of Service
The Kansas Volunteer Commission (KVC) is announcing funding for organizations initiating community service or service-learning projects that involve at least 15 volunteers on or around Martin Luther King Day.
Kansas ranked seventh in volunteerism among states
While volunteering in Kansas remains strong, the Kansas Volunteer Commission encourages more Kansans to volunteer to meet the critical needs of their neighbors and communities - especially during the holiday season.
School districts across the state will have improved access to affordable, high-speed broadband thanks to a partnership between Kansas state agencies and EducationSuperHighway, Gov. Sam Brownback announced Tuesday, Nov. 29.
For the first time in several years, Kansas had two students who placed in the National School Bus Safety Week poster contest.
WICHITA – Jason Sickel, a vocal music instructor at Blue Valley North High School, was named the 2017 Kansas Teacher of the Year on Saturday, Nov. 19, during a special ceremony in Wichita.
Kansas State Board of Education members received an in-depth look at vision work completed to date from Commissioner of Education Randy Watson. He told board members that while assessments are important, the vision is changing how much emphasis is placed on them.
Jim McNiece, of Wichita, chairman of the Kansas State Board of Education, on Thursday, Nov. 3, 2016, will receive a top honor from the Kansas Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (KAHPERD).
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