A grant from the Hansen Foundation provides the opportunity for students in Northwest Kansas to visit and participate in educational programs at the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Boyhood Home, making this important Kansas site more accessible for our youth. The IKEducation programs create lifetime memories for students. For many students, this is the only opportunity they will have to visit the Eisenhower center. As one teacher wrote, “Several of our students live in low income families, and rarely leave the County.” Teachers are able to connect their field trip to topics and curriculum being studied in their classroom. As one teacher explains, ” Our students study World War II, and in particular, the Holocaust, in depth during their 6th grade year. The museum and its content match up perfectly with our curriculum. The students have been hungry for more information about World War II, and this opportunity provides an amazing way to fulfill that need for them to further their education that we otherwise would not be able to give them!” Another teacher wrote, “Studying famous Kansans is part of our 4th grade curriculum and a Kansas state standard. Student learning is enriched through quality field trips and real-life experiences.” The Dane G. Hansen Field Trip Program is the model of educational programming that the Eisenhower Foundation strives to be able to provide to all Kansas schools.