In Kansas City, private schools seen as ‘a perversion’ If you’ve ever wondered about the difference between public schools and private schools, a top Kansas school administrator knows the difference:
David A. Smith, Chief of Staff, Kansas City, Kansas Public Schools
David Smith, chief of staff for Kansas City, Kan., public schools, said the bill was targeted at students specifically in […] Wichita Liberty
Gosnell movie smashes through crowdfunding record Following is a message from Ann & Phelim Media on the continuing success of the crowdfunding campaign for the Gosnell Movie. I’ve made a contribution, and I hope you do too, as the goal is not yet met.
The movie on Philadelphia abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell has just become the […] Wichita Liberty
Competition in markets Competition must surely be one of the most misunderstood concepts. As applied to economics, government, and markets, the benefits of competition are not understood and valued.
Usually when people think of competition they think of words like hostile, cut-throat, or dog-eat-dog. They may reference the phrase “survival of the fittest,” […] Wichita Liberty
Kansas school finance reporting and opinion There’s a range of opinion, that’s for sure.
Republicans concede bill would let teachers be fired without cause (Wichita Eagle)
“Statehouse Republicans are having to abandon a key talking point in their effort to defuse teacher anger over an anti-tenure bill the Legislature passed a week ago, conceding the bill would allow […] Wichita Liberty
Rich States, Poor States for 2014 released In the 2014 edition of Rich States, Poor States, Utah continues its streak at the top of Economic Outlook Ranking, meaning that the state is poised for growth and prosperity. Kansas continues with middle-of-the-pack performance rankings, and fell in the forward-looking forecast.
Rich States, Poor States is produced by American Legislative […] Wichita Liberty