Education / KU
A KU professor files for a judicial review after being denied tenure.
KU is working to make sure students have a safe way home after a night on the town.
It's time again to recognize an outstanding educator in our area. Meet Jackie Stafford, our Sunflower Bank Teacher of the Month.
The Kansas Board of Education has approved the state's request for a waiver from some provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind law.
Time is running out for members of the consolidation working group and it appears their next step forward will actually be to take a step back.
Students hear it on the hill and fans scream it in The Phog. The Rock Chalk Chant brings Jayhawks together to cheer for their team; but according to one university professor, the sense of team unity many students long for could actually be detrimental to their overall college experience.
The Kansas Board of Education is receiving one more update about the state's proposal for seeking a waiver from some provisions of the federal No Child Left Behind education law.
University of Kansas Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little gives the military high marks for its efforts to eliminate racial barriers.
KU hosted its largest career fair of the year Wednesday afternoon. 130 companies came to the Ballroom in the Kansas Union to meet potential employees.
A Kansas House committee has approved a measure that would allow people to carry weapons on state university campuses, including KU… but not everyone thinks that's a good idea.