The GEAR UP program is a federally funded program (U.S.D.E) designed to increase the number of low-income students who are prepared to enter and succeed in postsecondary education.
Examine relationships among park use, social capitol, community identity and physical activity
Responses of Ice Age Trees
The University of Kansas Center for Economic Education (KUCEE) promotes economic literacy among students and their teachers.
Kansas Enrichment Network (KEN) collaborates with Kansas Families Together
To accurately represent entry in the 9,000-entry digital Cherokee Electronic Dictionary (CED)
The Educational Opportunity Centers (EOC) is a federally funded program that serves low income and first generation individuals who need assistance with enrolling in a GED program and postsecondary educational program of their choice.
Educational Talent Search, a pre-college TRIO Program funded by the U.S. Department of Education, assists middle and high school students in completing secondary education and preparing for college.
The University of Kansas School of Education GEAR UP Programs are federally funded programs whose mission is to greatly increase the parrticipation in undergraduate programs.
A Kansas MSP-Start Project for P-20 Students
Harvest of Hope Leadership Academy is a summer residential program on the KU campus that provides leadership development and college preparation for high school students eligible for migrant education services.
To strengthen the Kansas Enrichment Network.
Institutionalize out of school time programs
Support migrant and ELL teachers in implementing instructional strategies
Kansas Reading Academy provides professional development to K-3 grade classroom, Title I, and Special Education teacher in the area of literacy.
Mott Foundation grants raise awareness of the importance of expanded learning opportunities.
Empower southwest Kansas teachers in their work with students who are learning English as a second language (ESL)
The KU Upward Bound Math and Science Center is a TRIO college preparatory program for low-income/first generation high school students in Douglas, Shawnee, and Wyandotte counties.
McNair Scholars Program assists low-income, first-generation and underrepresented undergraduates to prepare for doctoral study. Students in this program are provided with paid research opportunities, faculty mentors, and GRE preparation assistance.
Provide professional development to Migrant Family Literacy Directors and Staff
Analysis of the Quality Matters pilot study data
Project LAUNCH is a five year cooperative agreement that supports coordination of state and local services to strengthen families.
After-school program for young girls
Supportive Educational Services is a federally funded TRiO Program known nationally as Student Support Services. Our goal is to assist eligible students to obtain their undergraduate degrees.
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.
A cohesive program of professional development for USD 501 teachers
Women's Civic Leadership from the Heartland
Upward Bound, a pre-college TRIO program funded by the U.S. Department of Education, assists students in completing high school and preparing for college.
The University of Kansas Veterans Upward Bound (VUB) is an education and skills program designed specifically to serve the educational needs of today’s veterans.