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Development of Human Capital

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The Wyandotte County/KCK community gains significant rewards when the Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools district invests in the DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN AND INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL. 

When students experience genuine attention from teachers, they are more likely to graduate high school, pursue higher education, and become productive members of society who give back to their community. This investment in human capital contributes to the development of a skilled workforce. This school district’s commitment to public good, in turn, can drive local economic growth, attract businesses, and motivate civic engagement. 

KCKPS strives to impart its continual improvement vision to students. The district does this by exposing learners to real-world knowledge and experiences that help shape a desire for personal growth and a genuine interest in modeling that growth to those in their relational circles. Scholarship granting organizations notice these efforts and reward KCKPS students with generous scholarships for their academic success and leadership in the community.