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At-Risk education funding was created to help our hardest to reach students but may be less focused today. KPI education policy fellow, and former public school teacher, discusses in our latest podcast.


David Dorsey Talks About At-Risk School Funding
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David Dorsey explains at-risk school funding in Kansas including what it is, how it came to be and its status under the current block grant funding for Kansas K-12 education. David is an Adjunct Education Policy Fellow with Kansas Policy Institute with 20 ...
Thu, 21 May 2015 18:50:54 +0000
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David Dorsey talks USD 501 and its use of scare tactics in search of a voter-approved Local Option Budget (LOB) increase. http://bit.ly/1Adb9Dg


USD 501 uses scare tactics to justify LOB election
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The USD 501 school board voted unanimously on April 29 to hold an election to increase the district’s local option budget (LOB). They claim the $3 million that could be raised with voter approval is necessary “in the face of state budget cuts.” &
Wed, 20 May 2015 02:00:01 +0000
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Our Ed. Policy Analyst David Dorsey traces the history of "at-risk" school funding in the Sunflower State. http://ow.ly/N0qKV


The political and judicial impact of at-risk funding in Kansas - at-risk funding part 3
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Note: Since the undertaking of this at-risk project, the school funding formula has changed to what’s commonly referenced as the block grant system. At-risk funding as a distinct pot of money technically has expired although the money&nb
Fri, 15 May 2015 20:57:38 +0000
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Residents Run from High Taxes
Posted by Todd Davidson on Monday, January 16, 2012

Here are a couple of maps for Monday, courtesy of our friends over at the Tax Foundation.
This first map shows the percent of income residents are paying to their state and local governments, essentially the price for services in each state.

The map below shows how much money each state has lost due to interstate migration. States, much like Wal-Mart and Target, must deliver services at a greater value than competitors to win over consumers, or residents.

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