“Where the Buffaloed Roam – An Ode to the Kansas Budget,” a film by Louisburg High School student Carson Tappan, is being featured at the Kansas City Film Festival. It is billed as a ‘documentary’ but in reality, it merely presents a political viewpoint that doesn’t let facts get in the way of...
Dave Trabert, president of Kansas Policy Institute, discusses Kansas state budget facts that were left out of a "documentary" video on the state budget and education funding. "Where the Buffaloed Roam: An Ode to the Kansas Budget," the video produced by high school student Carson Tappan, includes...
Contrary to media reports and claims by many local education officials, data provided by the Kansas Department of Education shows that state aid to Kansas school districts will increase this year with the new block grants.
Contrary to media reports and claims by many local education officials, data provided by the Kansas Department of Education shows that state aid to Kansas school districts will increase this year with the new block grants.
Contestant: “Alex, I’ll take ‘Media Bias’ for 200.” Alex: “It’s what the news media calls a ‘snow day’ in Kansas.” Contestant: “What is a budget cut?” Alex: “Correct!”
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