Postsecondary Partnerships

Kansas Department of Education Career and Technical Education
This is a link to a KSDE webpage with postsecondary partnerships available to Kansas high school students.

Senate Bill 155

Senate Bill 155, or the Governor’s CTE Bill, was passed into law on July 1, 2012. The main purpose of the bill is to stimulate growth in Career & Technical Education at both the secondary and post-secondary level in Kansas. The Kansas workforce will increasingly demand a more highly-technical and highly-skilled worker and Senate Bill 155 is aimed at meeting those future demands.

Statewide Articulation Agreements

Statewide Articulation Agreements are created to enable Kansas High School Graduates to have a smooth transition from their high school Career & Technical Education Pathway to the corresponding Occupational Program at the postsecondary level.

Any Kansas high school graduate who meets the requirements of an articulation agreement may utilize the agreement to obtain college credit, scholarships, tuition waivers, or other benefits as stated in each agreement.

David Cooper, USD 305 Perkins Grant Manager created the following list of USD 305 specific articulations for our students. Click on the link to see the information:
Articulation Agreements for Local Pathways