Other Kansas schools recognized for character development
Character development is an integral part of the educational experience for students at Beloit Unified School District 273. Kansas and the nation are celebrating schools within the district that are doing an outstanding job helping students develop positive character traits.
Since 2021, educational program has provided summer enrichment learning opportunities to 164,318 Kansas students, 110,744 adults
An educational program that promotes learning and family engagement during the summer by allowing Kansas families free access to museums, zoos, historic landmarks, outdoor locations and other attractions will kick off May 26.
Two Kansas students are being recognized as 2023 U.S. Presidential Scholars by the White House Commission on Presidential Scholars.
The Kansas State Board of Education will conduct its next monthly meeting on Tuesday, May 9 and Wednesday, May 10. Both days will be in Topeka.
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The meeting will be livestreamed for the public to observe and listen.
The Confidence in Kansas Public Education Task Force has named 91 schools as recipients of the 2022 Challenge Awards.
OLATHE - Isaac Swindler stands out in a crowd because of his smile, engaging personality, kindness and genuine love for life.
Nonprofit organization is eighth in Kansas to earn accomplishment
Peace Connections Inc. recently became the eighth nonprofit organization in the state to become certified as a Service Enterprise - joining the top-performing 11% of nonprofits nationwide in volunteer engagement and organizational performance.
Kansas State Board of Education members are working with Kansas Commissioner of Education Dr. Randy Watson to develop new strategic and targeted goals.
Highest number of high school seniors honored since program’s inception in 2017
The Kansas State Department of Education (KSDE) announced that 261 Kansas high school seniors – the highest number ever - have been named 2023 Kansas Career and Technical Education (CTE) Scholars.
Announcement made during Saturday ceremony in Salina
Erin Pittenger, an elementary teacher at St. George Elementary School, Rock Creek Unified School District 323, and Gretchen Elliott, an art teacher at Smoky Valley High School, Smoky Valley USD 400, were named Region 1 finalists for the 2024 Kansas Teacher of the Year award program during a ceremony Saturday, April 1, in Salina.
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