An interactive presentation of Kansas state school assessment scores at the state, district, and building levels.
Posts tagged as “Kansas State Department of Education”
The fifth edition of data on public schools in Kansas is available.
Critics of school choice say there is no accountability outside the traditional public schools. Here are the standards Kansas used to hold its schools accountable.
Kansas school employment rose slightly for the current school year, and ratios of employees to pupils fell, also slightly.
An interactive visualization of spending for Kansas school districts.
Kansas ranks near the top of the states in having a low pupil-teacher ratio.
A board member of the largest school district in Kansas repeated an untruth that has unfortunate consequences for Kansas schoolchildren.
A national report shows Kansas schools close to the middle of the states in many areas.
Here are highlights from Voice for Liberty for 2016. Was it a good year for the principles of individual liberty, limited government, economic freedom, and free markets in Wichita and Kansas?
An interactive visualization of trends in Kansas school employment.
A former Kansas government official criticizes Kansas Policy Institute.
Decoding and deconstructing communications from KNEA, the Kansas teachers union, lets us discover the true purpose of the union.
An experimental presentation of Kansas state school assessment data.
An interactive visualization of revenue and spending data for Kansas school districts.
Kansas school fund balances rose significantly this year, in both absolute dollars and dollars per pupil.
Do only those within the Kansas public schooling community have a say?
Opponents of school choice programs argue the programs harm traditional public schools, both financially and in their ability to serve their remaining students. Evidence does not support this position.
There is a claim that a recent change in the handling of KPERS payments falsely inflates school spending. The Kansas State Department of Education says otherwise.
Trends for the nation and each state in teachers, administrators, and students, presented in an interactive visualization.