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School district reviews AMP results, seeks delay in next test

...achievement." The state of Alaska has a $25 million, five-year contract with AAI, which is based out of the University of Kansas. "We agree with the Alaska Superintendents Association that AAI has further work to do," said Kenai Peninsula...
AMP test results now on their way

...spoke against the state decision to use the AMP test, designed by the Achievement and Assessment Institute at the University of Kansas under a state contract, as a way to determine whether or not a student meets state standards.Superintendent...
What others say: A big step forward for America's gay athletes sports these days have a different, more enlightened take on this matter. So do some college coaches. As University of Kansas basketball coach Bill Self said Monday, "I don't think anybody should ever have to live or hide behind who...
Hospital's growth spurt continues: CPH adds more staff, services

...Hailing from Kansas, Evans did his anesthesia residency at the Mayo Clinic and received his medical degree from the University of Kansas. "My wife and I are both from smaller towns, so to move to a smaller town was a nice opportunity," said Evans...
Giant cabbage weigh-off steals the show at state fair admit, Alaska has no lock on that. The world record is held by Bernard Lavery from the south of England. University of Kansas professor James Shortridge, a specialist on how regions are perceived, says that Alaska's cabbage craze is...
Oilers add battery to roster

University of Kansas junior right-handed pitcher Hiarali Garcia will join the Peninsula Oilers this summer. In 2006, Garcia played at Eastern Oklahoma...

...very low, and the possible health risk to babies born from the method is unknown, said David Albertini of the University of Kansas Medical Center."One success does not mean we have a treatment.... Stay tuned," he said.He and others...
Nobel Prize laureate takes UAA chair

...California Institute of Technology in 1949, then switched to economics, earning a master's degree from the University of Kansas, in his home state, before moving to Harvard University for his doctorate, which he received in 1955. He conducted...
Edwina Copeland Lambertson

...Congress for many years. She graduated from high school with her Fairview class in 1937. After attending the University of Kansas, Edwina married Lt. Farrell Copeland December 6, 1940 at Junction City, Kan., where he was stationed at Ft...


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