May issue of School Board Review is available with cover stories on major education issues from Topeka to D.C.

As the end of another school year approaches, the May issue of KASB’s School Board Review looks into major education issues that remain unresolved.

Specifically, these include the long running Gannon school finance litigation that is before the Kansas Supreme Court and efforts in Washington D.C. to reauthorize of IDEA and the importance of getting an accurate population count during upcoming federal census.

The May issue of SBR also includes thanks from KASB President C. Patrick Woods to legislators who supported SB 16 and advice from KASB Executive Director John Heim on the benefits of listening instead of talking.

The issue also includes important information from KASB’s Risk Management Group that will save school districts money, enabling them to spend more in the classroom, and details about KASB’s School Law Workshop that will cover numerous topics that arise every day in schools.

The May SBR also has a rundown of the new `Apollo’ school district, research information on analyzing bias in reports and the challenges of social media.

We hope you find the new SBR interesting and informative and if you have any suggestions on content please contact Communications Editor Scott Rothschild at srothschild@kasb.org.

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