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Jul 18

Male Teachers in Primary Grades... A 1969 Project in Hugoton, Kansas

Posted to KGI Online Library on July 18, 2019 at 8:56 AM by Bill Sowers

A 1969 publication issued by the Kansas State Department of Education on the benefits of male teachers in elementary school primary grades.  Available online at the State Library of Kansas' KGI Online Library...

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Oct 02

A History of the Different Kansas Public Employees Retirement Plans

Posted to KGI Online Library on October 2, 2018 at 12:28 PM by Bill Sowers

An excellent overview of the different retirement plans for Kansas government workers with a short history of the different plans up to 2012...

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Sep 26

Kansas Educational Directories, 1940-2016

Posted to KGI Online Library on September 26, 2016 at 9:48 AM by Bill Sowers

The State Library of Kansas has added Kansas Educational Directories, 1940-2016, to the Kansas Government Information (KGI) Online Libraray. This collection consists of over 70 volumes of information on statewide, regional and local educational institutions, school districts, associations, boards, and administrators.  Information is provided on both public and private schools within the state.  The directories include some basic numbers on teachers and students within each district as well.

The directories were issued by the State Department of Education and its predecessor, the State Department of Public Instruction and can be a valuable tool in locating schools no longer in existence as well as the names of principals, board members and other administrators.

The directories are located here:



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