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2 hrs ago | The Capital-Journal
Neal Kingston, co-director of the Center for Educational Testing and Evaluation at The University of Kansas, displays a graph that shows the learning curve as children develop reading skills.
Should government buildings be allowed to display religious symbols?
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
12 hrs ago | Family Research Council
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16 hrs ago | KCTV5
Pulling a prank on your friend is one thing, but convincing them they have been in a coma for the last ten years is taking it to a whole new level.
New standardized tests for Kansas public school students will be developed by a homegrown university center, and the state will end its active participation in a multistate group that is closer to finishing its own tests, the State Board of Education decided Tuesday.
After ruling earlier this year that city residents aren't capable of safely managing furniture on their own front porch, one Kansas community is considering taking its control of residents' lives to the next level: mandated governmental inspections.
The body of 23-year-old Peruvian man was found in the grass outside a home at 837 Avalon Drive.
Kathy Ashby Ontiveros is one of five educators from O’Fallon and Shiloh who were honored for their contributions to the teaching profession through this year’s 24th annual Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award program.
Sixty-six students will be recognized for earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Kansas School of Engineering at the school's 2013 fall recognition ceremony Saturday, Dec. 14, at Murphy Hall.
Back in October, Steveningen had a diary about a San Antonio judge switching from the GOP to the Democratic ticket.
Scientists from Case Western Reserve University and University of Kansas Medical Center have restored behavior-in this case, the ability to reach through a narrow opening and grasp food-using a neural prosthesis in a rat model of brain injury.
Lawrence Police Officers are currently seeking information on the whereabouts of a University of Kansas student last seen early Saturday morning in central Lawrence.
For each of the past six Christmases, musician and Topeka native Sam Billen has put together a special musical album featuring fellow musicians who gave their talents in an effort to brighten people's holidays.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports that 58-year-old Lisa Clark was thrown from her horse in early October.
After nearly a year of discussion, the Faculty Senate at the University of Kansas has approved a post-tenure review policy.