“Traditional academic skills and applied skills are important,” Brad Neuenswander told Wichita-area educators. “But we’ve got to find a balance, so the academic doesn’t trump all of the other skills that Kansans said are important.”
“Traditional academic skills and applied skills are important,” Brad Neuenswander told Wichita-area educators. “But we’ve got to find a balance, so the academic doesn’t trump all of the other skills that Kansans said are important.” File photo
“Traditional academic skills and applied skills are important,” Brad Neuenswander told Wichita-area educators. “But we’ve got to find a balance, so the academic doesn’t trump all of the other skills that Kansans said are important.” File photo

New vision for Kansas education stresses individual students, soft skills

October 27, 2015 08:51 AM

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