KASB Survey Annual Reports
The following are the reports based on KASB's Annual Data Collections:
- Calendar Survey: [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Fees Survey: [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Superintendents Survey: [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Principals and Assistant Principals Survey: [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Central Office Staff Survey: [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Postsecondary Institutes Survey: [2017-18]
- Employee Relations Survey [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Teacher Contracts Survey [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Other Staff Survey [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Supplemental Pay Survey [2017-18] [2016-17]
- Retirement Survey [2017-18] [2016-17]
- School Board Elections Survey [2017-18]
- Question Submitted Elections Survey [2017-18]
- Teacher Salary Schedules [2017-18]
The KASB Comparing Kansas report data provides information related to the Kansas State Board of Education’s Kansans Can outcomes and the “Rose Capacities” identified by the Kansas Supreme Court as a standard of constitutional funding and adopted as educational goals by the Kansas Legislature. It also allows Kansas educational performance, funding and other factors to be compared to other states. This is the second year KASB has produced this report using the same data elements and calculations.
This report presents the results of a statistical analysis to determine the extent to which a school’s enrollment size and the percent of students eligible for free or reduced‐price lunch predict student performance on the 2015‐16 Kansas State Assessments. – March 2017
This report shows the change in staff and students from 1998 to 2016 and teacher, principal, and superintendent average salaries and totals spent on these salaries.
This report presents a comprehensive review of the high-quality empirical evidence on whether and how money matters in education, written by Rutgers Professor Bruce Baker. This is the second edition of the report originally released in 2012. It has been updated by the author.
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5-Year Projections for district enrollments by grade and by lunch program participation for based on actual enrollment and district birth rate data.
This report examines Kansas school district expenditures by Fund, Object, and Sub Object from the 1998-99 school year through the 2014-15 school year. – May 2016