Education / KU
Kansas education officials say a decline in scores on the SAT college entrance exam by the high school class of 2011 is linked at least partly to the rise in the number of students who took the tests.
Some KU Engineering students get an upgrade in the technology department from a famous alum.
A Kansas City, Kan., middle school is seeing skyrocketing enrollment and new commitment after making several changes, including extending the school year.
An estimated 700 grandparents filled classrooms at Langston Hughes elementary Friday afternoon, for the second annual Grandparents Tea.
Chalk one up for a generous Jayhawk nation. KU Endowment is celebrating a record year for donations. In the 2011 fiscal year, gifts exceeded $153 million.
Back in June, Superintendent Rick Dole appointed 26 community members and nine teachers to the Central and East Lawrence Elementary School Consolidation Working Group.
The President of the KU Alumni Association addressed the public over conference realignment this week.
The chairman of the Kansas Board of Regents says it would be best for Kansas and Kansas State to remain in the same conference, even if the Big 12 eventually falls apart.
As half of the Big 12 heads into an off week, there are still questions surrounding the Big 12 Conference. KU Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little says there's still work to be done.
President Obama says the U.S. must produce more graduates in the science, technology, engineering and math, but a new study shows there is a shortage of people preparing students for those fields.