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Students walk through 'human body'

TOPEKA (KSNT) – Students at Indian Hills Elementary School had the opportunity to walk through a larger than life body.

The kids walked through a 45 foot by 50 foot exhibit representing the human body. 49 more words


More Kansas teachers leaving state, retiring

WICHITA, Kansas (AP) – Kansas is seeing a surge this summer of teachers leaving for jobs in other states, while many more are deciding to retire early or get out of education altogether. 88 more words


Tech education incentives cut for Kansas school districts

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ budget woes are leading to cuts to a program designed to boost the number of high school students taking technical education courses and earning industry credentials. 441 more words


University of Wisconsin-Stout: Flying Spaghetti Monster Sighted

Oh look! What a nice mediocre student poster about something scientific…

Hmm.. Nice picture!

Hold on a second…What is that?

Yeah, that. What is that? 63 more words

Why religion should be taught in public school.

I would like to begin this by saying that I am A Christian so will I have A Christian perspective on this subject. In public school, religion is being completely taken out.I believe that this not fair for the religious students. 112 more words

Richard Dawkins, Evolutionary Biology, and Creationism in the Public at Large

In the text “Writing In The Sciences” by Ann M. Penrose and Seven B. Katz they discuss the importance of paradigms in guiding science within disciplines. 409 more words

Report details dwindling school funding in Brownback's FY 2015 budget

From the Lawrence Journal World

Report says schools underfunded $657 million in FY 2015

By Peter Hancock
Posted Monday, June 17, 2013

The two-year budget that Gov. 644 more words

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