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    Kansas trails the nation in handling dyslexia in education

    Kansas is one of seven states that has no legislation regarding dyslexia in Kansas schools. Legislation regarding dyslexia ranges from screening requirements to intervention requirements. According to the International Dyslexia Association (IDA), 85% of...

    Little transparency on JCERT sales tax in Johnson County

    Voters approved a 1/8 cent ($0.125) sales tax in 2008 for the Johnson County Education Research Triangle (JCERT), which advocates promised would deliver $1.4 billion in economic impact over its first two decades and...

    Nurse practitioner reform: better healthcare access, lower cost

    March 20 was the worst day of the 2019 legislative session, according to Kansas House Majority Leader Dan Hawkins. That’s the day a coalition of Democrats and left-leaning Republicans overruled the chair of the...

    Kiplinger: Kansas is 10th least friendly state for taxes

    While Governor Kelly’s tax council is exploring options to raise taxes to pay for explosive state spending, the Kiplinger financial report shows Kansas is the 10th least friendly tax state in the nation. Kansas has one of...
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