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Journey of a Superintendent: Kansas Supreme Courts Affirms Equity

The Kansas Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Kansas children and families, reminding us all that education is the cornerstone to the Kansas Constitution and our way of life. The Court ruled that the Kansas Legislature has again failed … Continue reading

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Journey of a Superintendent: School Districts Prevail in School Funding Case

Friday, January 11, 2013 was a monumental day for children across the state of Kansas. In a 250-page opinion, a three-judge panel from the Shawnee County District Court ruled that the cuts in school funding made by the Kansas Legislature … Continue reading

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Journey of a Superintendent: Is the Constitution for Some or for All?

The Kansas Constitution – protections for some but not everyone! How can I make such a statement? Well, I just spent four days sitting in a courtroom, hearing the attorney representing our state suggest, imply, and at times directly say … Continue reading

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