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.
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Kansas taxpayers need to have a say in the massive new spending schemes appearing at the statehouse, writes Karl Peterjohn.
There's no surprise that a labor union would support its members over all other considerations, even Kansas schoolchildren.
Kansas non-profit executives work to deny low-income families the school choice opportunities that executive salaries can afford.
Proposals in the Kansas budget for fiscal year 2018 are more evidence of why defined-benefit pension plans are incompatible with the public sector.
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?
A coalition of Kansas advocacy groups wants to raise your taxes, but the plan is difficult to find.
Decoding and deconstructing communications from KNEA, the Kansas teachers union, lets us discover the true purpose of the union.
Explaining to Kansans what the teachers union really means in its public communications.
The president of United Teachers of Wichita has been caught on video expressing thoughts that can't be comforting to Wichita parents with children in the state's largest school district.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: Kansas has essentially no charter schools. Here’s why we need them. AFP Foundation scores a victory for free speech and association. Episode 120, broadcast June 5, 2016.
Was it “Trump” or “Bernie” that incited a fight, and how does the Wichita Eagle opine? Economic development in Wichita. Blight and property rights. Teachers unions. Explaining capitalism.
Here are a few items from today’s missive from Kansas National Education Association, the teachers union, along with commentary.
Kansas National Education Association, the state's teachers union, opposes a bill that empowers teachers.
A bill requiring teachers union to stand for retention elections each year would be good for teachers, students, and taxpayers.
In this episode of WichitaLiberty.TV: There are worthy goals the Kansas Legislature should tackle, and the need for school choice in Kansas.
In a refreshing change, Kansas schools have adopted realistic standards for students, but only after many years of evaluating students using low standards.
A joint statement released by Kansas Association of School Boards, United School Administrators of Kansas, Kansas School Superintendents’ Association, and Kansas National Education Association makes claims about Kansas public schools that aren’t factual.
A joint statement released by Kansas Association of School Boards, United School Administrators of Kansas, Kansas School Superintendents’ Association, and Kansas National Education Association exposes the attitudes of the Kansas public school establishment.