State Board of Education to receive numerous updates during September meeting on Tuesday and WednesdayScott Rothschild
The State Board of Education will receive updates on several K-12 initiatives during its monthly meeting Tuesday and Wednesday.
Board members will hear updates on the School Mental Health Advisory Council, teacher vacancies, the transition to college algebra program and from the Kansas Board of Regents.
In addition, the board will get a report on the state’s consolidated plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act. Here is a link to an analysis of the plan. Here is a link to the full plan and here is a link to KASB’s statement in support of the plan.
The board also will receive information on the bi-literacy certificate program and consider submitting its Kansans Can accreditation regulations to the Kansas Department of Administration and Kansas Attorney General’s Office for review.
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