Today, about three of every 20 students in Kansas fail to graduate from high school. Gov. Sam Brownback contends that in five years, only one will fall short.
Youth & Education
After years of fighting with the Kansas Supreme Court over education funding, Gov. Sam Brownback on Tuesday reversed course and called for hundreds of millions more for public schools.
This audit was the first of a nine-year series of studies directed by the Legislature in SB 19, the school finance bill that passed last session.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt on Tuesday suggested the Legislature let the public have a say on the state’s constitutional duty to pay for public education, but he steered clear of criticiz
Allen Thornburg is always searching for projects that will challenge the mechanical skills of his drafting and industrial arts students at Scott Community High School.