About Kansas Schools
Kansas, A great place to teach and live!
The state of Kansas has an exemplary public school system that employs approximately 39,232 classroom teachers and 27,871 support personnel ranging from school administrators, program directors, coordinators, and related service personnel. In the 2008-2009 school year, Kansas teachers earned an average salary of $52,712 including fringe benefits, a 3.42% increase from 2007-2008. Beyond competitive salaries, Kansas also provides opportunities for educators to participate in loan deferment programs and scholarships through the Kansas Board of Regents.
The state of Kansas has a record of high expectations and achievement for each of the approximately 473,100 students educated in public schools across the state. Results from the 2010 Kansas Statewide Assessment show a 10 year-growth trend in reading and mathematics statewide. Over 80% of all students in the state scored proficient or above on both the Kansas Reading and Math assessment. In 2008, 90% of Kansas schools met Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) goals compared to 63% nationally. In addition, 89.4% of Kansas high school students graduate from high school, compared to 70% nationally.
About the Kansas Education Employment Board
In September 2007, the Special Education Services (SES) Team of the Kansas Department of Education launched a redesigned Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB). The mission of KEEB is to provide districts, schools, and organizations in Kansas with an efficient online recruitment tool to attract and hire highly qualified educators. KEEB allows schools and institutions across the state of Kansas to post job openings and locate candidates. Individuals interested in a career in education can post an application and apply for specific positions. KEEB provides up to date information on both job postings and applicants via RSS feeds that individuals can receive via their computer or mobile device. In addition, applicants can learn about Kansas licensure, scholarship/loan deferement programs, and Kansas teacher preparation programs. Take advantage of the features of KEEB today and sign up for a free account!
Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB) is a free service of the Special Education Services (SES) Team and the Kansas Department of Education. Please email email@example.com or call 620-724-6281 with questions.
The Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: KSDE General Counsel, 120 SE 10th Ave, Topeka, KS 66612 785-296-3201.