Education / KU
Federal education officials have awarded Kansas $4 million in school improvement grants to help turn around low-performing schools.
Kansas filmmaker Kevin Willmott will speak in Lawrence next week about the Tuskegee Airmen and introduce a Hollywood drama about the black World War II combat pilots.
Tuesday is election day and the USD 497 Lawrence School District school bond issue is a hot button issue that parents and students are talking about.
Kansas education officials have signed an agreement with counterparts from France that will create new ties between schools, teachers and students.
Students from across Kansas will be showing off their knowledge of geography next week.
Emporia State University has a new mobile application that allows students to look up details like their grades and class schedules.
Members of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity at KU, off of 15th and Tennessee streets, came back from Spring Break to find a myriad of items missing.
Attention, runners: your expensive shoes may not be doing you any favors.
Legislators are continuing efforts to develop a pilot program aimed at freeing school districts from rules and regulations that many claim impair creative teaching.
Kansas lawmakers have dropped their pursuit of a proposal to narrow the topics permitted in contract negotiations between teachers and school districts.