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|Statement||prepared for the Education Committee, Governor Carlson"s State-Wide Planning Committee for the Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth.|
|Contributions||Kansas. Governor"s State-Wide Planning Committee for the Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth.|
|LC Classifications||Z718 .G23|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||52062711|
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The State Library’s 16 th annual one-book/one-state reading initiative, Kansas Reads to Preschoolers, highlights the importance of reading to children with a goal that every Kansas child from birth to age five is read to throughout the month of November. HomeworkHelp TeenActivities DigitalMedia Lab Opportunitiesat the Library UPCOMING TEEN ACTIVITIES [view:event_archives_related=block_2] ONLINE YOUTH ACTIVITIES Catch our weekly virtual Kansas library service for children and youth book (like our Make - Do - Tell series on Wednesday afternoons) on our YouTube page.
KCLibrary Youth YouTube TEEN SOCIAL MEDIA. Kansas City, Kansas Public Library serves Wyandotte County, Kansas and the greater KC Metro area.
We strive to lead the way in reading, culture, and information. Our services are available in several locations throughout the community, including five branches, three mobile libraries, text-to-checkout sites, and online at this website and on No one knows kids better than the Kansas Children's Service League.
For more than years, we've provided a continuum of programs and services, advocated for children, and collaborated with public and private agencies to impact the lives of more Kansas library service for children and youth book children and families each year.
KCSL is dedicated to providing services and advocacy efforts that focus on keeping children safe. The National Youth in Transition Database (NYTD) is a data collection system that tracks independent living services provided to youth and helps Kansas measure success in preparing youth for transition from foster care to adult living.
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