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A conversation between KPR's Laura Lorson and  Steven Case, director of the Center for Science Education at KU, about UKanTeach and the innovative plan to direct some of the best and brightest scientific minds in the state towards teaching.

http://kansaspublicradio.org/newsstory.php?itemID=19310

 

Why Give to The UKanTeach Program

The UKanTeach Program relies heavily upon funding from its generous donors. Donations support portions of the program that cannot be financed with state funding. The largest expense under this category is the Internship Program. Each semester UKanTeach funds 20 to 40 internships. These jobs provide our students with both financial assistance and practical education related experiences.

Another demanding area that requires attention is the Induction Program. While the State has mandated that the Universities continue to support their new teachers, no funding has been appropriated in order to meet this obligation. The first 5 years are the most crucial times in a teacher's career; almost half leave the profession within this period. UKanTeach has set the ambitious goal of continuing to support all its graduates who enter teaching. Some of the support has included professional development, and funding to attend professional conferences.

If you wish to discuss a donation to UKanTeach, please contact Steve Case at or (785) 864-4471.

If you wish to give on-line, click on the following link. Thank you for helping to increase the number of talented Kansas science and math teachers.

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Friends of The UKanTeach Program

UKanTeach is very thankful for the support it has received for many individuals and corporations. Their support enabled us to create the program, provided internship opportunities for the students, a workroom for the students, and many other benefits that would not otherwise have been possible.

Our generous donors include:

  • Kauffman Foundation
  • National Science and Math Initiative
  • Elsie Fitzgerald Rowland
  • Sprint Foundation

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