Southwest Kansas students who qualified to compete at NSLA, and the category, are: Natalie Radke, Garden City, second place in employability, Blair Holliday & Alexas Amos, Holcomb, first place in project-based learning.

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Original story posted at https://kansaspublicradio.org/kpr-news/good-news-jag-k-student-kiras-compelling-story-inspires-generous-listener By J. Schafer – Kansas Public Radio, April 30, 2020 There’s been a lot of bad news to report lately: from new cases of coronavirus to rising unemployment numbers.  But today… we actually have some good news to share.  So turn up the radio, sit back and listen.  KPR’s J.…

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Brad Lingafelter of Haviland, regional director of Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K) programs, was recently selected to participate in the organization’s National Training Academy.

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