Introducing families to the KCPS community helps get students in the schools that fit them best
Supporting college completion is an investment in the success of our region.
Adjusting to often foreign postsecondary cultural and social environment during the first semester is essential to the success of Kauffman Scholars
Technology may aid data access, but Jeff Wayman finds data use comes from engagement on immediately releveant problems
Urban schools and students are thriving in cities across the United States—What can we learn from them?
As preschool moves into the continuum of the public education system, are the needs of 21st century learners being met?
Operation Breakthrough operates to meet emotional physical and academic needs of its children and families.
Students with long-term goals, early exposure to career experiences and access to support, understand career readiness is so much more than holding a degree.
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.
The Kansas City Teacher Residency’s mission is to recruit, prepare, develop, and support effective teachers in classrooms across Kansas City.
The Collaborative supports improvements in early childhood education systems and increased options and opportunities for families in the region.
Kansas State College Advising Corps places recent college graduates in underrepresented communities within Johnson and Wyandotte counties to provide college advisement services to more than 10,000 high school students and their families to identify “best fit” pathways that lead to postsecondary completion.
KC Scholars helps low- and modest-income students, as well as adult learners, finance and complete a college education.
4.0 Schools is a nonprofit incubator of education entrepreneurs.
As the City Year Kansas City corps grows to 50 service members this year, Executive Director Audra Clark reflects on the organization, her experience with the program and the impact it has in our community.
Ewing Kauffman's commitment to education continues with the passion and support of leaders from across Kansas City to illuminate a path to-and-through college
Ten years ago, Ashley Anderson began her journey as a Kauffman Scholar. On the 100th birthday of Ewing Kauffman, she recalls her experience and how she came full circle to serve as a Kauffman Scholars associate to continue to live out Mr. K's legacy.
Transparency isn’t simply access to education data—true transparency comes from the ability to use data to improve education.