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Equitable and Adequate School Funding

I received this photograph from Alan, a colleague who, like many of us, has spent decades advocating for equitable and adequate funding for Kansas schools. Apparently, the Mayan people of Chichen Itza, Mexico found it entertaining to watch “athletes” transcend … Continue reading

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Journey of a Superintendent: Changing Our Constitution? Somebody’s Got to Say Something!

Some think of February as the month of love. Hallmark, florists, and Russell Stover keep us all on track to celebrate our significant others. Still, it’s also the month we honor past presidents, especially presidents Washington and Lincoln. And so … Continue reading

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Journey of a Superintendent: Simply Unacceptable

It’s not old news, but rather news that is growing old. Once again, we will begin a new school year with a cut in state funding. At the time of this posting, we stand $8.7 million below our 2010-2011 budget, … Continue reading

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