Education / KU
A new Kansas law will designate some school districts as innovative and make them exempt from certain state education rules.
The celebrating is over and now the work begins.
Monday, a priority list of Lawrence schools and improvements was unveiled to USD 497 board members, thanks to the recently passed school bond.
Today school officials and other officers met for a training session led by Kansas Highway Patrol about school violence awareness.
Allen Fieldhouse will soon get an $18 million addition thanks to KU alumni. The DeBruce Center will replace the functions of the Burge Union, but also act as the permanent home for an important sports document.
Kansas higher education officials say funding cuts being considered by state legislators would hurt the quality and quantity of academic programs statewide.
The chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents expects the board to back away from its policy banning concealed weapons on state university campuses.
With President Obama cancelling his trip to Lawrence on Friday, the history of Presidents coming to KU is revisited.
President Barack Obama has canceled his scheduled visit Friday to the University of Kansas in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing.
Tuesday marked a historic day for KU Athletics as members of the track & field, soccer, and softball teams ceremonially broke ground on Rock Chalk Park.
Gov. Sam Brownback says that his upcoming tour of college campuses in Kansas is part of his effort to persuade legislators, policymakers and state residents of the importance of stable, level funding for colleges and universities.