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    Gene Bicknell wins his tax case against the state of Kansas

    Businessman and former Kansan Gene Bicknell won his 15-year tax dispute with the State of Kansas in a unanimous decision by the state Supreme...

    Open Enrollment, other education reforms signed into law by governor

    Beginning in 2024, open enrollment will permit any Kansas student to transfer schools, based on the receiving school’s capacity, following Governor Laura Kelly’s signing...

    Kansas adds government jobs, loses private employment in April

    Kansas already ranks as the second-most over-governed state in the nation, behind only Wyoming as the state with the most public employees per capita,...

    KDOL deflects responsibility for stunning fraud numbers

    The stunning report detailing extensive cybersecurity fraud issues at the Kansas Department of Labor that led to more than 80,000 Kansans having their identities...

    NCTQ: Teacher training in Kansas lacks math commitment

    A nationwide study of 1,100 elementary teacher training programs, including 16 in Kansas, shows more than 20% fail to provide adequate instruction in math....

    Olathe rewards superintendent Yeager for DEI, not academic improvement

    USD 233 Olathe Superintendent Dr. Brent Yeager can earn a $25,000 annual bonus for implementing the school board's diversity and other objectives, but not...

    Confidential reports detail rampant incompetence, identity theft at KDOL

    In 2019, Kansas ranked 39th in the nation in identity theft on a per-capita basis.  But Kansas shot up to #1 in 2020 and...

    Eudora girl forced to room with biological male on school-sponsored overseas...

    On a school trip to Costa Rica earlier this month, three female high school students in the Eudora school district were assigned to a...

    Prosecutor considers election bribery charge against Hays superintendent

    Ellis County Attorney Robert Anderson, Jr. is reviewing the results of an investigation into election bribery by Hays USD 489 Superintendent Ron Wilson. As reported...

    Is Ethics Advisory Board ruling on solar project politically motivated?

    Some people in Johnson County believe a recusal order by the Ethics Advisory Board is selectively applying ethics guidelines to keep Planning Commission members...

    Ohio mom prevails in free speech case over local school board

    An Ohio mother filed a free speech lawsuit in federal court against her school board after being ordered to “zip it” by the board’s...

    Geary County teacher Pamela Ricard wins partial victory in pronoun lawsuit

    Geary County teacher Pamela Ricard has won an initial victory in her lawsuit against her school district's pronoun policy. On Tuesday, a federal judge issued...