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Kauffman Scholars is a unique college access and scholarship program designed to help low-income urban students in Kansas City prepare for and complete a college education.
K-12 education in Kansas City is transforming at its urban core. From welcoming innovative school models to investing in educators who can close the achievement gap for low-income children, this city is embarking on system-wide change at all levels.
This year, the Ewing Marion Kauffman School welcomes its first high school students.
Just in time for the release of state test scores in Missouri, EdWise has launched two new tools aimed at helping educators, policymakers, researchers and non-profits easily access and analyze education data.
The results are in, and Ewing Marion Kauffman School students have achieved outstanding results on the 2015 Missouri Assessment Program (MAP) state test.
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Students at Central Middle School on the first day of school received a high-powered welcome from City Year Kansas City members, along with the Kansas City Chiefs mascot, cheerleaders, and drum line.
The Kauffman Foundation recognizes the Kauffman Junior Faculty Fellowship recipients at this meeting.
As part of AmeriCorps, City Year places diverse young adults in high-need urban schools for a year of service to support students' academic and socio-emotional success.
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See how the Ewing Marion Kauffman School, a college prep school in Kansas City, is achieving its mission of creating college graduates.
Aaron North, vice president of Education, suggests that the best teachers share a fundamental belief that all students can learn and meet high expectations.
A national leader in providing advisory services to help underserved high school students identify “best fit” pathways that lead to postsecondary completion.
The Kauffman Foundation is providing $1.5 million to ten local scholarship programs to increase the opportunity for more Kansas City-area students to earn a college degree.
We invest in individual schools that demonstrate the capacity to deliver strong academic outcomes for students in Kansas City.
Funded by the Kauffman Foundation, Fund for Teachers experiences transform teachers' careers and classrooms for years to come.