Lawrence High School senior Oliver Elwell’s ceramics piece has been selected to be showcased at a national ceramics conference this spring.
Nearly two-thirds of Lawrence school district classified staff members who responded to a survey are experiencing low engagement with their jobs, according to a human resources report.
The Lawrence school district’s 2024-25 calendar reflects teacher readiness days and slightly more wiggle room for instructional days.
Two Quail Run Elementary fifth graders soon will take a project inspired by monarch conservation to an international STEAM competition.
The Lawrence school board on Monday will consider the district’s proposed school calendar for 2024-25, which sprinkles more planning days for teachers throughout the year.
The Lawrence school district on Friday announced Summer Moeckel as Deerfield Elementary School’s next principal.
Eleven Indigenous poets visited Haskell Indian Nations University Wednesday to host writing workshops with more than 300 Indigenous college students.
A Lawrence school district committee decided Wednesday to recommend the district keep its current boundaries with the conversion of one middle school into a STEAM school next year, pushing boundary changes out a year.
Butterfly enthusiasts in the eastern half of North America will have to look harder this spring and summer to spot monarchs, which have become an international symbol of insect conservation.
The Kansas Supreme Court issued a two-page order Tuesday releasing jurisdiction of the Gannon v. State school finance case after concluding the Legislature complied with mandates to resolve violations of the Kansas Constitution by suitably funding public education.
Haskell Indian Nations University will soon offer a new agriculture business degree program aimed at empowering Native American farmers and ranchers.
A KU research team will soon hold a celebration of a new book that sheds light on technology designed to make music accessible for people of all abilities.
A renewed assault on public education, defended Monday by Republicans on the House K-12 Budget Committee, would set the stage for districts to be stripped of accreditation. The bill wouldn’t hold private schools to comparable accreditation standards.
Ellen Oh, an author, activist and founding member of We Need Diverse Books, will give a public talk in Lawrence this week as part of an event hosted by KU’s Center for East Asian Studies.
A new student organization at KU invites students from both universities in Lawrence to “embark on a journey of (re)discovery” through community stewardship.