Licensure

 New School Board Review has you covered (11/17/2016) 
   If you want to put students first, the latest School Board Review has you covered.
 KNEA files appeal in due process case (11/2/2016) 
   The Kansas National Education Association has appealed to the Kansas Court of Appeals a district judge ruling in a teacher due process case.
 Kansas Bioscience Authority is on the market (9/22/2016) 
   Thirty-one school districts are now in wait-and-see mode to find out if the up to $7.2 million in extraordinary needs funding approved in August will be available to them this fiscal year due to the pending sale of the Kansas Bioscience Authority (KB
 KNEA argues teacher due process repeal violates Kansas Constitution (9/13/2016) 
   Subsequent Supreme Court decisions have ruled that appropriations bills spending money for multiple state agencies may not contain substantial policy changes.
 Kansas Supreme Court to hear teacher due process dispute (9/6/2016) 
   The arguments are set for 9 a.m. Tue. Sept. 13.
 Judge grants summary judgment in favor of school district in teacher due process case (8/30/2016) 
   The dispute involves a state law that repealed what is commonly referred to as teacher due process rights.
 Senate approves election requirements for teacher representation (3/24/2016) 
   KASB opposed the bill.
 House advances Working After Retirement changes (3/22/2016) 
   HS Sub for SB 168 received tentative approval by the House yesterday for final action today.
 School leaders pack hearing room to oppose district realignment measure (2/4/2016) 
   School leaders from across the state on Wednesday packed a legislative hearing room to overflowing to oppose a bill that they said would close schools and destroy communities.
 KASB reiterates opposition to state-mandated merit pay plan (1/19/2016) 
   KASB on Tuesday reiterated its position in opposition to state-mandated teacher merit pay.
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