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 KSSA supports $893 million school funding increase (4/25/2017) 
   The Kansas School Superintendents Association says the state should increase school funding by $893 million over two to three years.
 KASB Workers Comp board approves six percent rate reduction for members (4/24/2017) 
   The board of trustees of the KASB Workers Compensation Fund Inc. has approved the second consecutive annual decrease in the fund’s rating structure.
 Moran meets with SBOE on Federal Issues (4/24/2017) 
   U.S. Senator Jerry Moran told the Kansas State Board of Education Saturday that President Donald Trump's budget proposal for education has little support in Congress.
 State Board to hold special Saturday meeting on federal issues (4/20/2017) 
   The State Board of Education will meet with U.S. Senator Jerry Moran at 9 a.m. on Saturday to discuss federal education issues.
 Coalition of Innovative School Districts updates State Board of Education (4/19/2017) 
   The Kansas State Board of Education received its bi-annual report from the Coalition of Innovative School Districts during its regular April meeting Tuesday in Topeka.
 Tom Brady and the false expectation of test scores (4/18/2017) 
   KASB Executive Director John Heim's most recent blog uses the NFL Draft as an analogy to explain why the State Board of Education is right to ask us to judge kids on their accomplishments rather than their test scores.
 State Board of Education to consider specialized certificates (4/17/2017) 
   The State Board of Education is scheduled to vote on whether to renew specialized certificates for 15 instructors to teach for Kansas City USD 500.
 KASB now accepting breakout session proposals for 2017 Annual Conference (4/14/2017) 
   KASB is proud to provide the highest quality educational leadership for boards of education in Kansas.
 In Your School Board Review: President’s Message — In school finance, our children need us to be the (4/11/2017) 
   The Kansas Supreme Court’s decision in the Gannon school finance case reaffirmed what most of us always knew — the block grant funding system was a school finance method that failed to respond to the needs of our Kansas public schools and students.
 KASB Statement: Good start on school funding; now finish the job (4/10/2017) 
   The regular session of the Kansas Legislature has made a good start on addressing funding for Kansas public schools. But there is a great deal of important work that must be completed when Legislators return for the wrap-up session on May 1 to help m
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