Children's Vaccinations | Kansas Diplomas For Adults
Now that adult coronavirus vaccinations are rising, America turns its focus to the children and it's never too late to get your high school diploma according to a new Kansas program.
Segment 1, beginning at 1:00: Getting vaccines ready for the youngest will require some dosage adjustments.
The Food and Drug Administration has officially approved the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for emergency use on persons ages 12-15. Natasha Burgert, M.D. describes the significance of this most recent approval and offers a preview of what to expect when having your kids immunized.
- Dr. Natasha Burgert, pediatrician, Pediatric Associates of Kansas City
Segment 2, beginning at 27:58: Working adults in Kansas can now obtain their high-school diplomas online.
A new program is aimed at the 10% of Kansas adults who do not have a high school diploma. In the wake of the pandemic, the Central Plains Diploma Completion Program has seen an increase in applicants for the online and free coursework. A mother of four from Olathe shares how the program has enabled her to receive her diploma alongside her son at graduation.