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Rose Standards

 HB 2347 Testimony (2/20/2017) 
   School District Finance and Student Success Act
 Martin: Comments for KASB News Conference (9/15/2016) 
   My name is Amy Martin and I am the president of the Kansas Association of School Boards and a board member for the Olathe school district.
 Webinar at 12:30 p.m. today on KASB's 2016 State Education Report Card (8/26/2016) 
   Join us for a webinar at 12:30 p.m. today on KASB’s 2016 State Education Report Card.
 KASB message on driving student success as Legislature returns (4/27/2016) 
   As the Kansas Legislature returned Wednesday for the 2016 wrap up session, KASB President Don Shimkus released the following message:
 Get the facts! KASB compiles reports to address issues before the Legislature (1/14/2016) 
   For your convenience, we have compiled links to those documents in hopes of providing the information and insight that will help in the debate of education policies in Kansas.
 Report on State School Finance and Student Outcomes (12/9/2015) 
   This report has been prepared for the Kansas Legislature’s Special Committee on K-12 Student Success, other policy-makers and local school leaders.
 Three-Judge panel says block grant school finance law unconstitutional (10/5/2015) 
   A three-judge panel on Friday June 26 ruled the state's new block grant school finance law is unconstitutional and ordered additional funding to help districts with lower property wealth.
 A lot left to do when the Legislature returns in late April (4/6/2015) 
   
 Raising revenue or cutting spending looms for veto session (4/2/2015) 
   The tentative state budget agreed to yesterday by House and Senate negotiators will require additional revenue of nearly $400 million over the next two years. If the Legislature fails to pass Gov. Sam Brownback’s proposal to increase fees on certain
 Brownback signs into law temporary school finance formula; many other education-related bills still (3/26/2015) 
   That was one of many actions taken Wednesday in the Statehouse as legislators near next week’s end of the regular session, take a break and then return in late April.
 Senate committee hearing new school finance plan today (3/24/2015) 
   Testimony will be given today on legislation that represents sweeping changes to the current school finance formula and would replace the recently approved temporary formula.
 House Ed responds to KASB concerns on financial literacy (2/17/2015) 
   After adopting two amendments, the committee did not recommend HB 2078, requiring school districts to adopt school safety and security policies and plans.
 Kansas schools rank high at low cost (1/21/2015) 
   The details of the report found that in mastery of basic skills before high school, Kansas ranked 10th on the average of six NAEP score indicators.
 SB 33 - Testimony (1/21/2015) 
   Kansas Education Study Commission
 Rose Capacities Primer (10/10/2014) 
   
 K-12 Performance and Efficiency Commission - Testimony (8/19/2014) 
   KASB tells the commission “local school districts are your allies, not obstacles to overcome,” and makes recommendations for helping boards improve role in improving performance & efficiency under local control.