Join KASB Advocacy staff at noon Wednesday for analysis of Kansas election resultsScott Rothschild
What will the 2020 election results mean for Kansas public schools? Find out at noon Wednesday (Nov. 4) when the KASB Advocacy team during a zoom session analyzes the Kansas vote tallies. To join the discussion, go to this link.
In addition to the presidential contest, voters were selecting state legislators, State Board of Education members, U.S. House members and one U.S. Senator.
KASB’s Mark Tallman, associate executive director for advocacy; Leah Fliter, director of governmental relations and Scott Rothschild, communications editor, will review the results and what they might mean for public education when the 2021 Legislature convenes in January.