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2 Gop Lawmakers Contemplating Bids For Kansas Attorney General

Florida, on the other hand, has ended its remaining state and native Covid-19 restrictions and banned vaccine passports. While personal businesses can nonetheless require masks and social distancing, faculties, businesses and authorities entities can’t deny services to unvaccinated folks, Gov. Ron DeSantis said. Goldman, based in New York, has been operating with 20% of its staff in the workplace since final summer time, the New York Times reported, and at about 25% in the U.K.

What is the highest rank in the Navy Seals?

In addition to being the first three and four star Navy SEAL, Admiral Olson was the

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Computer science could soon be graduation credit in Kansas high schools

Kansas high school students could soon swap math and science classes for computer science classes should the Kansas State Board of Education adopt a set of proposed recommendations to its statewide graduation criteria.

The state education board on Tuesday morning heard from department officials and technology advocacy groups pushing for the board to adopt new standards for computer science classes that could sub in as one of four required core math classes or three required science classes.

Stephen King, computer science education consultant for the Kansas Department of Education, said the department was making the graduation requirement recommendation after years

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Rural Computer Science Program Goes Statewide in Kansas

(TNS) — Two years ago, Nick Poels decided he wanted K-12 students in his rural Kansas community of 2,500 to learn to code. Kids in Phillipsburg soon had a brand-new computer lab, and Poels hoped 20 or 30 children might use it.

“Within two weeks of school starting, we had 351 students involved,” he said.

Poels quickly realized he had touched on something.

At the time he was the economic development director for Phillips County, in north-central Kansas. Now he’s working with nonprofit NetWork Kansas on a new project to bring computer science education to K-12 schools across the state,

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Kansas Economic Development Plan Focuses on Kids and Tech

(TNS) — Two years ago, Nick Poels decided he wanted K-12 students in his rural Kansas community of 2,500 to learn to code. Kids in Phillipsburg soon had a brand-new computer lab, and Poels hoped 20 or 30 children might use it.

“Within two weeks of school starting, we had 351 students involved,” he said.

Poels quickly realized he had touched on something.

At the time he was the economic development director for Phillips County, in north-central Kansas. Now he’s working with nonprofit NetWork Kansas on a new project to bring computer science education to K-12 schools across the state,

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Can Kansas computer science education grow tech workforce?

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Students in Phillipsburg, Kansas use a new computer lab that opened before the pandemic. This photo was taken in 2019. It has 25 workstations with self-guided curriculum for computer science and coding.

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Two years ago, Nick Poels decided he wanted K-12 students in his rural Kansas community of 2,500 to learn to code. Kids in Phillipsburg soon had a brand-new computer lab, and Poels hoped 20 or 30 children might use it.

“Within two weeks of school starting, we had 351 students involved,” he said.

Poels quickly realized he had touched on something.

At the time he

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