The Institute houses several programs that offer professional development opportunities for Pre-K through 12th grade teachers.
Center for Economic Education
The University of Kansas Center for Economic Education (KUCEE) promotes economic literacy among students and their teachers.
Kansas Migrant & ELL Academy (KMEA)
Support migrant and ELL teachers in implementing instructional strategies
Kansas Reading Academy
Kansas Reading Academy provides professional development to K-3 grade classroom, Title I, and Special Education teacher in the area of literacy.
KANTELL: Kansas Teachers for English Language Learners
Empower southwest Kansas teachers in their work with students who are learning English as a second language (ESL)
Migrant Family Literacy Project
Provide professional development to Migrant Family Literacy Directors and Staff
Teaching American History: Searching for America
The Teaching American History Project entitled “Searching for America” is designed for all Garden City, Kansas teachers, K-12, who want to gain greater knowledge of our country’s history.
TELK - Topeka: Teaching English Learners in Kansas
A cohesive program of professional development for USD 501 teachers