Public school teachers are being “chewed up and spit out,” according to a recent opinion in The American Thinker. The article paints a dismal picture of the high turnover rate in teachers, especially the alarming rate in which new teachers leave the profession.
(November 20, 2014) JOHN HANNA Kansas legislators are likely to consider diverting funds from highway projects toward general government programs next year to help solve the state’s budget problems.
(November 20, 2014) JOHN HANNA Kansas legislators are likely to consider diverting funds from highway projects toward general government programs next year to help solve the state's budget problems.
(November 20, 2014) ASSOCIATED PRESS Kansas legislators are likely to consider diverting funds from highway projects toward general government programs next year to help solve the state’s budget problems.
(November 19, 2014) BOB WEEKS A survey of Kansas voters finds that Kansas believe government is not operating efficiently. The also believe government should pursue efficiency savings, focus on core functions, and spend unnecessary cash reserves before cutting services or raising taxes.
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