Kansas state test scores didn't fall in 2012, contrary to first reports. Let's hope Kansas National Education association, our state's teachers union, takes notice.
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Kansas public school test scores have declined. This should cause us to ask two questions: why have the scores been rising, and does Kansas do as well as is claimed?
At a meeting of the Kansas Board of Education, chair David Dennis uses his authority to bury topics the public school bureaucracy doesn't want mentioned.
Attitudes toward Kansas public schools, or facts about them: Which is most important? For boosters of the Kansas school spending establishment, attitude is all that matters.
In Kansas, who are the candidates and special interest groups that have a reasonable approach to education?
A statement by Wichita school superintendent John Allison is part of an ongoing campaign of misinformation spread by school spending advocates in Wichita and across Kansas.
Kansas schools have received a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act.