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 Kansas Capitol Connection: A weekly summary of education-related developments before the Legislature (3/31/2017) 
   The Kansas House and Senate will have key debates and votes on school finance, taxes and the budget this coming week as the Legislature heads to the end of the regular session.
 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'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.
 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.
 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   The Kansas House on Tuesday tentatively approved restoring the due process for teachers law that was repealed during a contentious political fight in 2014.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.
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