Education / KU
It's a day they've waited years for, tonight Lawrence High graduates received their diplomas. More than 300 proud students said their goodbyes to LHS tonight to start the next chapter of their lives.
Luckily, the rain held off and the sun came out for graduation ceremonies at the University of Kansas on Sunday. About 4,000 graduates made the ceremonial walk through the Campanile and down the Hill.
The university-wide graduation ceremony for students at the University of Kansas is set for Sunday morning at 10:30.
Helping students with disabilities transition into adulthood, is a task some KU researchers hope to make easier on teachers.
With finals week in full swing for KU students, you can expect to see students out celebrating the end of the year, but one class has a unique final that takes place in a bar. Instead of your average test, some theater students had to tackle the art of stand-up comedy.
KU announces details for Sunday's commencement.
Several black leaders in Topeka say a Kansas State Board of Education member's use of a racial slur during a meeting last month was unnecessary and inappropriate.
Kansas education commissioner Diane DeBacker says the department will seek an attorney general's opinion on implementing a new law that would allow school districts to be named innovative districts.
Critics of the Kansas Board of Education's decision to adopt national standards for math and reading urged the board to reconsider its decision to join the education program.
Thursday marks a special day for students at the University of Kansas, as the last day of classes. The idea of Stop Day is to give students an extra day to study, while some will utilize the extra time, others have a different plan in mind.