KASB collects data from our members annually and uses this information in combination with data from KSDE and other sources to allow school districts to compare themselves to one another and gather ideas for planning and improvement. We provide five-year enrollment projections for each district, salary and benefits comparisons, policy discussions, school board elections data, and information useful for teacher contract negotiations and executive staff services. KASB works to ensure that we only ask for data from districts that is not available from other sources and is always looking to refine the methods and the content of our data collections.
KASB also provides customized resource solutions for districts that have questions that the standard data does not answer. Often these services can be provided with no additional cost, but larger research projects can also be undertaken at a reasonable cost.