The Kansas Consortium for Teaching about Asia (KCTA) is headquartered at the Center for East Asian Studies, University of Kansas. KCTA is associated with the National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) which is funded by the Freeman Foundation of New York and Honolulu. NCTA contains six regional oversight centers in the United States that work with some fifty educational institutions. KCTA is part of the Columbia University group.        

Stay informed about KCTA workshops for K-14 educators, gallery talks, and field trips as well national opportunities to learn and teach more about China, Korea, and Japan.  Just sign up for KCTA E-News by emailing and by following the KCTA FaceBook page.                                                                                                                                                                                     Kansas Consortium for Teaching About Asia



KCTA is located at:

Center for East Asian Studies 
Bailey Hall, Rm 201 
1440 Jayhawk Boulevard 
The University of Kansas 
Lawrence, KS 66045


National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA)

The National Consortium for Teaching about Asia provides an array of resources for educators teaching about China, Korea and Japan.  Click here to reach the NCTA homepage.

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