March 4, 2024

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Education establishment gearing up for new lawsuit over SPED funding

The State Supreme Court in 2019 determined that the Legislature met the Court’s definition of adequate funding of schools, including increases in special education (SPED) funding.  But that isn’t stopping education officials from threatening another[…]

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KASB budget advice is contrary to state law, silent on improving outcomes

Kansas school board members are getting budget advice from the Kansas Association of School Boards (KASB) that is contrary to state law, and it doesn’t seem to be an accident. KASB mailed a Budget &[…]

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Legal experts refute gender privacy claims by ACLU, KNEA on parental notification

The Kansas chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Kansas chapter of the National Education Association (KNEA) seem once again to be giving school districts bad legal advice.  This time, they are[…]

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The Cozy restaurant owner sues the City of Salina over mural restrictions

According to a release from Kansas Justice Institute, Steve Howard, the owner of iconic burger joint “The Cozy Inn”  filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Salina, Kansas, on Monday, February 19, 2024, after[…]

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