Ok, I am trying to get a handle on EC and Kansas. I have heard that those enrolled before a certain date or those having more than 1000 hours can come in by endorsement. I can not find this on the Kansas board of nursing website. There is a FYI link on the main page, but it is broken. I did find this however in a section addressing "non traditional" schools (i.e. EC):
"Performance examinations alone do not meet the requirements of direct clinical instruction as an integral part of the program or an active process in which the student participates in nursing activities while being guided by a member of the faculty. Therefore, if programs do not have a comprehensive clinical component, graduates will not qualify for licensure in Kansas. Graduates of nursing programs that lack a clinical component who have obtained a nursing license in another state will not be qualified to obtain licensure in Kansas by endorsement. These persons must meet the Kansas qualifications for licensure."
Does this mean no EC grads period? Any info would be great.