School Finance Framework Tracking as of March 22 (3/22/2017) 
   This document provides KASB’s policy positions on school funding (first column), major issue discussed by the House K-12 Education Budget Committee during discussions Mar. 13-15.
 Kansas Capitol Connection: A weekly summary of education-related developments before the Legislature (3/17/2017) 
   Spring break? Not for Kansas school leaders.
 KASB's school finance tracking document (3/17/2017) 
   Here is a link to that document. Next week, more in-depth discussions are expected on school finance.
 KASB legislative update webinar todfay (1/27/2017) 
   KASB will conduct a webinar at 12:30 p.m. today to review the legislative week.
 Hearing held on seat belts on buses (1/26/2017) 
   The House Transportation Committee took no action Wednesday on HB 2008, which would require seat belts on all school buses purchased after Jan. 1, 2018.
 Bill filed to require seat belts on school buses purchased after 2018 (1/5/2017) 
   A bill has been filed that would require new school buses in Kansas to have seat belts. House Bill 2008 was pre-filed by State Rep. Susie Swanson, R-Clay Center.
 Senate committee rosters announced (12/22/2016) 
   Senate President Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, has announced the makeup of the Senate committees for the 2017 legislative session, which starts Jan. 9. Committee chairs and vice chairs had been announced earlier.
 Senate President Wagle announces new committee chairs (12/15/2016) 
   Several key Senate committees will be led by moderate Republicans as Senate President Susan Wagle, R-Wichita, announced new chairs for the 2017 legislative session, which starts in less than one month.
 Former Gov. Carlin, budget experts, others featured at KASB School Finance & Advocacy workshop Wedne (10/14/2016) 
   Former Kansas Gov. John Carlin and state budget and tax experts will be among the featured speakers at the KASB School Finance & Advocacy workshop on Wednesday.
 As school starts, it's a good time to review bus riding safety rules (8/5/2016) 
   In the next couple of weeks, Kansas students return to school and that means there will be thousands of bright yellow school buses on the road transporting more than 200,000 children.
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