Kansas school employment rose for the current school year.
Posts published in “Wichita and Kansas schools”
There is some good news in the performance level reports for Wichita public schools.
Data from the annual report for the 2018-2019 school year for USD 259, the Wichita, Kansas public school district.
Using demographically-adjusted scores, Kansas falls in state rankings of National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP).
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club this week: Candidates for the board of USD 259, the Wichita public school district. This was recorded October 4, 2019.
Data from the annual report for USD 259, the Wichita, Kansas, public school district.
An op-ed in the Wichita Eagle regarding school choice prompts uninformed and misinformed comments.
An interactive visualization of Kansas school salaries by district and category.
Charts of Kansas school spending presented in different forms.
A recent editorial by the largest newspaper in Kansas misinforms its readers.
From the Wichita Pachyderm Club: Candidates for State Board of Education, District 7. Republican candidates appearing are Robert M. D’Andrea and Ben Jones.
If you're running for office in Kansas and want the support of the teachers union, here are questions you'll need to answer their way.
Kansas school assessment standards remain at a high level, compared to other states. This is a welcome change from the past.
There is likely a different explanation for problems at a Wichita high schools from what we've been told by the school district and our newspaper.
Conservatives and liberals alike are fearful about expanded school choice in Kansas, but will it really kill the public schools?
The endless litigation over school funding places the state at risk of being able to a balance of a competitive tax climate and providing for the essential services required outside of the K-12 education system, writes Alan Cobb of the Kansas Chamber of Commerce.
A look at National Assessment of Educational Progress test scores for Kansas and the nation, grade 4 reading.
Should Kansas schools aspire to be more like Iowa schools?