The Kansas State Board of Education will conduct its next monthly meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 13 and Wednesday, Dec. 14. Both days of the meeting will take place in Topeka as usual.
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The meeting will be livestreamed for the public to observe and listen.
Future requirements maintain minimum graduation requirement of 21 units, give districts option to use mastery and competency to award credits
TOPEKA — After more than a year of discussing graduation requirements for Kansas students, the Kansas State Board of Education last week voted to approve the Graduation Requirements Task Force recommendations.
The Kansas State Board of Education on Thursday, Nov. 10, accepted the Kansas Advisory Council for Indigenous Education Working Group’s mascot reform statement and recommendations.
Kansas Commissioner of Education Dr. Randy Watson presented his annual report to the Kansas State Board of Education on Oct. 11 during the State Board’s monthly meeting in Topeka.
Kansas State Board of Education members during their August meeting conducted a public hearing to consider proposed changes to the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s (KSHSAA) classification of senior high schools.
The State Board of Education will conduct a public hearing at 9:20 a.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, on Wednesday, Aug. 10, in the board room in Landon State Office Building, 900 SW Jackson St. Suite 102, Topeka, Kansas, to consider proposed changes to the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s (KSHSAA) Rule 5 – classification of senior high schools.
The Kansas State Board of Education took action at its July meeting that will help alleviate the shortage of teachers across the state.
A public hearing to consider proposed changes to the Kansas State High School Activities Association’s Rule 5 (classification of senior high schools) has been postponed until the August Kansas State Board of Education meeting. Action on the item will take place in September.
The Kansas State Board of Education approved two motions at its June meeting that will continue to help alleviate a shortage of teachers and substitute teachers in the state.
Kansas State Board of Education members received an update from the Kansas Graduation Requirements Task Force on Tuesday, May 10.
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