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News Release: KHF Grant Creates Partnership Between JAG-Kand Creative Pathways & Means

JAG-K is the recipient of a $25,000 2021 Impact and Capacity Grant from Kansas Health Foundation.
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News Release: JAG-K Summer Activities Can Change Lives

Helping JAG-K students overcome barriers to success requires year-round commitment. Ryleigh Atkinson-McLaury’s internship is the perfect example of the type of experience JAG-K hopes to provide all its students during the summer.
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News Release: Seniors Receive Scholarships from JAG-K

Three participants in JAG-K programs were recently named recipients of the JAG-K Mortimer Scholarship for seniors in high school.
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Letter: JAG Statistics Celebrated By Organization’s National President

The national office of JAG announced on June 8 some amazing statistics about the success of the program nationally.
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Letter: JAG-K Helps Students Succeed Despite Pandemic

Amid the largest surge of dropouts in U.S. history, JAG-K kept students engaged, on track to graduate, and on the path to success.
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Knapp Discusses Graduation on Radio Program

JAG-K President/CEO Chuck Knapp discussed the success of the Kansas program in helping students during the pandemic on the Danielle Norwood Show on May 17.
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May 20 2021

Letter: JAG-K Helps Students Succeed Despite Pandemic

Over the past few weeks, schools across Kansas and throughout the U.S. have held graduation ceremonies, culminating possibly the strangest and most challenging 14 months in the history of American public education. Teachers and administrators have worked to adapt to virtual learning, to keep students engaged, and to meet the ...
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May 20 2021

Knapp Discusses Graduation on Radio Program

JAG-K President/CEO Chuck Knapp discussed the success of the Kansas program in helping students during the pandemic on the Danielle Norwood Show on AM 580 WIBW Radio on May 17. During a period when schools across the country experienced record dropout rates, more than 96% of JAG-K seniors graduated in ...
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May 13 2021

Governor Laura Kelly joined other leaders to help Kansas young people reach their full potential

KSNT, May 11, 2021 - click to view original article and video TOPEKA (KSNT) – Kansas Governor Laura Kelly joined Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds, Vice Chair of the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) national board, to discuss the benefits of the JAG program in Kansas during a virtual press conference at 1:30 p.m. ...
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