The Lawrence school board on Monday will hear an update on the transition of students from Kennedy Elementary School, consider recognizing PAL-CWA as the bargaining unit for all classified hourly employees, and more.
A group of current and former staffers of Boys & Girls Club of Lawrence have launched a petition complaining of unsafe conditions, systemic inequity and mismanagement, and they’re demanding an overhaul of the organization’s programs.
The Kansas State Board of Education on Tuesday voted to allow school districts to count computer science as a math or science credit for high school graduation requirements.
One of the top administrators at Haskell Indian Nations University has announced her retirement, retroactive […]
A group of sixth-graders at a Lawrence private school has collected money to help people fleeing war and violence across the world.
Only one course at the University of Kansas describes its curriculum as guided by Critical […]
Twelve candidates have filed for seats on the board of Lawrence Public Schools, which means a primary election will be necessary to narrow down the field.
The search for the next leader of the University of Kansas Public Safety Office has narrowed to three finalists — all of whom will deliver campus community presentations this week.
For some students in Lawrence, learning will continue in June, with a special focus on personal, social and character development.
All children ages 1-18 in the community can receive free meal kits both through the summer and the 2021-2022 academic year through Lawrence Public Schools.