Tag Archives: education

Lawmakers Advance School Safety Bill

By John Celock Kansas lawmakers advanced legislation that would create new school safety plans and curriculums. The state House of…  Read More >


Kansas Report Recommends Billions More For Schools

By John Celock A consultant’s report is recommending that Kansas lawmakers put between $1.7 billion and $2 billion more into…  Read More >


Lawmakers Advance Dyslexia Task Force

Kansas Rep. Tom Cox, a co-sponsor of the original dyslexia bill, speaking on the House floor in a file photo….  Read More >


Court Strikes Down Kansas School Finance Law

By John Celock The Kansas Supreme Court struck down the state’s latest school finance law Monday, setting the stage for…  Read More >


New Yorkers Want Constitutional Change

By John Celock While many special interest groups in New York State do not want the state constitution changed, state…  Read More >


Sparks Fly In New Jersey Zoning Dispute

By John Celock CRANFORD, N.J. – Accusations of school overcrowding and traffic jams dominated a meeting about a local zoning…  Read More >


Kansas Lawmakers Vote Down School Finance/Tax Plan

Rep. Diana Dierks argued against the proposal. By John Celock An effort by Kansas lawmakers to pass an omnibus bill…  Read More >


Kansas Dems Defeated In Education, Gun Vote Attempts

By John Celock Attempts by Kansas House Democrats to bring school finance and gun safety bills to the state House…  Read More >


Lawmakers Pass Parents As Teachers Change

By John Celock Kansas lawmakers approved a change to the funding for the Parents as Teachers program, that would remove…  Read More >


Kansas Committee Cuts Off Debate Over Teacher Bill

By John Celock A Kansas legislative committee chairman abruptly adjourned a committee meeting Tuesday following an attempt to overrule his…  Read More >