Educare, the LINC initiative to support child care and early education providers, will host a large group training on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m, at Conn-West Elementary School, 1100 High Grove Rd, Grandview, MO 64030.
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The Local Investment Commission (LINC) is a citizen-driven community collaborative involving efforts by the state of Missouri to work with neighborhood leaders, citizens, business, civic and labor leaders to improve the lives of children and families in the Kansas City region. Learn more about LINC.
Independence residents were celebrated with Independence Heritage Festival, Saturday, October 11. Designed to highlight the diverse cultural heritage of the Independence community, food, music, and dances from around the world were shared and enjoyed during the free event.
Community members, teachers, business leaders, families and more are invited to voice digital literacy concerns in Kansas City and how to solve those problems creating a digital divide across the city. The summit is open to both Missouri and Kansas residents.
Independence Night Out Against Crime, held at McCoy Park this year, brought 500 area residents together with law enforcement from Independence and Sugar Creek for an evening of free food, family fun, and preventing crime through education and awareness.
National Alliance of Black School Educators and the U.S. Department of Education will host the 9th Annual Parents Summit Wednesday, November 19. Area parents are invited to attend the summit to learn more about topics that relevant to them and their family including federal student aid, bullying, Understanding the Missouri and Kansas Common Core, and more.