About the Kansas Education Employment Board

In September 2007, the KSDE Special and Title Services (SETS) Team of the Kansas Department of Education launched a redesigned Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB). The mission of KEEB is to provide districts, schools, and organizations in Kansas with an efficient online recruitment tool to attract and hire highly qualified educators. KEEB allows schools and institutions across the state of Kansas to post job openings and locate candidates. Individuals interested in a career in education can post an application and apply for specific positions. KEEB provides up to date information on both job postings and applicants via the users computer or mobile device. In addition, applicants can learn about Kansas licensure, scholarship/loan deferment programs, and Kansas teacher preparation programs. Take advantage of the features of KEEB today and sign up for a free account!

Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB) is a free service of the KSDE Special and Title Services (SETS) Team and the Kansas Department of Education. Please email support@kansasteachingjobs.com or call 620-724-6281 with questions.

The Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB) does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: KSDE General Counsel, 900 SW Jackson St., Topeka, KS 66612 785-296-3204.

About Kansas Schools
Kansas, a great place to teach and live!

Kansans are demanding higher standards in academic skills, as well as employability and citizenship skills, and the need to move away from a one-size-fits-all system that relies exclusively on state assessments. The Kansas vision for education - Kansas leads the world in the success of each student - calls for a more student-focused system that provides supports and resources for individual success and will require everyone to work together to make it a reality.

Through this vision, Kansas defines a successful high school graduate as having the academic preparation, cognitive preparation, technical skills, employability skills and civic engagement to be successful in postsecondary education, in the attainment of an industry recognized certification or in the workforce, without the need for remediation.

To measure progress toward achieving this vision for education, the Kansas State Board of Education has identified the following outcomes:
  • Social-emotional growth measured locally
  • Kindergarten readiness
  • Individual Plan of Study (IPS) focused on career interest
  • High school graduation rates
  • Postsecondary completion/attendance

  • Teachers are the bedrock of this vision. Teachers establish and nurture the responsive culture and individual relationships critical to learning. Teachers develop and deliver the rigorous, relevant learning experiences to ensure students have the skills needed to be successful after high school.

    Teachers make the vision reality.