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 KASB analysis shows how new school funding could be used to improve student success (3/23/2017) 
   As legislators debate a new school finance formula, KASB has provided an analysis of how increased funding could be used to improve student success.
 KASB Legal Division offers on-site board, staff trainings (3/17/2017) 
   KASB's legal staff provides training to boards of education, administrative teams and building-level staff. Topics are customized to fit local needs and expectations.
 KASB's school finance tracking document (3/17/2017) 
   Here is a link to that document. Next week, more in-depth discussions are expected on school finance.
 Kansas Capitol Connection: A weekly summary of education-related developments before the Legislature (3/17/2017) 
   Spring break? Not for Kansas school leaders.
 Kansas Capitol Connection: A weekly summary of education-related developments before the Legislature (2/24/2017) 
   An effort to reverse many of Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts failed in dramatic fashion just before the Legislature took its mid-session break.
 Restoring due process procedures for teachers goes to Senate (2/22/2017) 
   The bill now will most likely be referred to committee in the Senate for work.
 House gives preliminary approval to restore teacher due process (2/21/2017) 
   The Kansas House on Tuesday tentatively approved restoring the due process for teachers law that was repealed during a contentious political fight in 2014.
 Kansas Capital Connection: A weekly summary of education-related developments before the Legislature (2/17/2017) 
   The Kansas Legislature has approved a tax increase to balance the state budget, reversing much of Gov. Sam Brownback’s tax cuts.
 Due process heard in committee (2/15/2017) 
   The House Education Committee on Tuesday held a hearing but did not take action on House Bill 2179, regarding due process rights for teachers.
 HB 2270 Testimony (2/15/2017) 
   Creating the education finance act.
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